Show file type in Downloads/Files folder
First of all, congratulations on a truly great iOS browser.
I sell digital artist brushes for iOS apps such as Procreate and Aloha has been a godsend for helping our customers download and install their purchases in a reliable way. We've developed a set of instructions for customers specifically around Aloha and it has hugely reduced the number of support requests we receive.
Currently when users download a file to the downloads / files folder Aloha only identifies certain file types such as .zip files with an icon and the file extension is not displayed.
This means that we have to direct our customers to open the files app in order to accurately find the file type to "tap to install"
At the most basic level it would be great to see the file folder display the file extension as well as the file name so that it's easy for users to locate the correct file type and tap to install.
Whilst Aloha's grey/whte icons are visually pleasing, another option would be for the file folder to display files with the same icon displayed in the iOS files app.
See attached comparison of how the same files are displayed in Aloha and in Files. As you can see the included PDF and Procreate brushset are easily identified by their file icon in the Files app whereas in Aloha it's impossible to know which file is what just by looking.
Thanks so much for a great app.