iOS 9 adds file manager for iCloud Drive
Since the announcement of the first iPhone Apple has always worked in favor of a model where users do not work with a file manager, just open applications. This practice gradually moving into OS X, but with 9 iOS, Apple allows more advanced users to use their files in a standard way. Users who are already using the beta on iOS 9 notice that is available iCloud Drive application.
Like Dropbox and other cloud platforms, it is an easy to use interface for file system access. You have the opportunity to work with folders, sharing content and organization. Interestingly, in beta iCloud Drive should be included in the settings to appear on the home screen. It is unclear whether this will change until the autumn, when we expect the final version.