If you are looking for iCloud, you have come to the right place. We explain what iCloud is and point you to the official download.

What is iCloud?

iCloud is a service from Apple Inc. that allows users to store their documents online, as well as photos, videos, music, plus other data. The application also allows the user to sync all of their Calendar and Contacts entries, as well as emails. This means that the service automatically applies changes made on any of these applications, for all their applicable devices; so that when the user accessed any of these apps from any device, they will get the same information.

The iCloud service basically provides the user with the following options: iTunes, Photo Stream, Documents in the Cloud, Safari, iBooks, Backup and Restore, and Calendar, Contacts and Mail. With the iTunes option, the service automatically downloads music to all of the user’s devices. This service can be utilized for both new and old purchases. Also, playback options are applicable to all devices.

With the Safari option, iCloud stores all of the user’s bookmarks; enabling the user to open them from any device. The iCloud service can be set up on Apple devices like iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone; as well as on Mac and Windows computers.

This is a free service for all Apple users. Additional storage space can be purchased from Apple.

Download iCloud from the developer

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Download iCloud (external link)


About file types supported by iCloud

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Last updated: : May 7, 2013