Any free accessible apps to store media?

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Hey guys.
So I need an app that can store my regular files like .txt and .docx, as well as audio files like .m4a and .mp3, and that is fully or mostly accessible with VoiceOver.
It should also be able to unzip files.
Thanks!

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Submitted by tunmi13 on Monday, October 29, 2018

Hi there!
Thanks for the recommendation. Unfortunately, I just tried this app, and it seems to require you to upgrade just to import .zip files.
Thanks though!

Submitted by Ishkabibble on Monday, October 29, 2018

Google Drive is a great option for storing any type of file. I think it can read zip files, and it can definitely read the other file types you have listed. It has 15gb of free storage. You can access your text documents offline, but other media such as audio and video requires a wifi or data connection. You need a Google account, which is ubiquidous, considering the fact that Gmail and Hangouts are so popular. However, if this option does not suit your needs, you can store files locally on your iPhone or on iCloud drive using the Files app. Keep in mind, though, that iCloud drive only has 5gb of free storage, which is shared by all the other services on your tphone' such as backups and photos.

Submitted by tunmi13 on Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Hi there,
I tested out Files already, but it doesn't fit my needs, although it does allow you to view content within the zipped archive.
I also tried GDrive, and it said "unsupported file type" when I tried to open the zip file.
The file I keep referring to is a zip archive with audio files inside. I need to be able to extract the file, and view the audio files within.

Submitted by tunmi13 on Thursday, November 1, 2018

Hey there,
This item is apparently not available in the U.S. store. I tried switching stores, but still no luck.

Thanks though!