Apple iCloud stores your music, photos, documents, emails and calendars. Apple has come up with a device that has a virtual hard drive. This device allows you to access all your files from your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Mac and PC effortlessly. With iCloud, you can update a file on your iPad and all the other files will be updated automatically. You don’t need to manage it manually.
This latest technological gadget has an updated version of former Mobile Me applications. With advancement in Mobile Me application contacts, e-mails and calendar are redesigned to work efficiently. You can now easily share your schedules with your friend and families.
The mail service in iCloud is available at me.com without any advertisements that divert your attention during work.
With innovative Photo Streaming you can automatically upload and import your photos on all iOS devices. There is a capacity of 1000 photo storage in your iCloud. These photos are stored in cloud for about a month. You can simply share them with your friends or store it in a safe folder.
So are you a big music fan? Hmm…Do not worry! Your previously purchased tunes are never lost with iCloud. It lets you download all the previous itunes on your iOS devices without any excessive cost.
With itune match you can replace a song which is similar to over 18 million songs stored in its library. This service is available for only $24.99 per annum which is not a big deal.
Storage in iCloud is done in a way that all the devices are seamlessly connected with each other and once a change is made in any document; all other connected devices are updated automatically. Up to 5GB free memory can be used in storing mails and documents, and maintaining a backup of your device. This space is ample because music applications and other books downloaded are not stored in this space.
Another very interesting feature in iCloud is its back up. Your data is automatically updated time to time over Wi-Fi. In your back-up you have your purchased books, music, application data and photos. If you want to switch your device, you can simply log in with your Apple Id and access your files on another device.