iCloud

iCloud Help

iCloud Help

Get iCloud Help right in to your Mac OS X Dashboard ! ↓ Download  

Read More...

iCloud FAQ

What is iCloud Keychain? iCloud Keychain keeps your Safari website usernames and passwords, credit card information, and Wi-Fi network information up to date across all of your approved devices that are using iOS 7.0.3 or later or OS X Mavericks v10.9 or later. iCloud Keychain can also keep the accounts you use in Mail, Contacts,(…)

Read More...

iCloud Tips

iCloud Tips

Love it or hate it, iCloud is a big part of Apple’s ecosystem and it has a number features of which OS X can take advantage. In this guide, I’ll show you how to set up and begin using iCloud on your Mac, as well as the features and benefits it provides. What is iCloud?(…)

Read More...

iCloud Apps

iCloud Apps

iA Writer iA Writer is one of the coolest text editors available for the Mac, and as many of you may know, it supports iCloud. Paired with the iPhone and iPad versions, you can focus on your writing wherever you go. Check out this review here. Todo Todo is a relatively simple task manager for OS X and(…)

Read More...

iCloud

iCloud

Get everything you need to know about Apple’s iCloud right from your Mac OS X Dashboard. ↓ Download  

Read More...

Tools and Downloads

Tools and Downloads

Get the latest software to use iCloud Storage APIs in your app. Xcode Developer Tools Xcode is the complete toolset for creating apps for Mac, iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. Download Xcode and enable your apps for iCloud. Get Xcode for free. iCloud Web Tools Debug your iOS 6 and OS X Mountain Lion apps that(…)

Read More...

iCloud

iCloud

Read More...

System requirements

Recommended system requirements Meeting the following system requirements will allow you to take advantage of all the latest iCloud features and get the best overall user experience. iPhone, iPad, iPod touch iOS 6 or later iWork for iOS 1.7 or later: Pages, Numbers, and Keynote (for purchase from the App Store) Mac OS X Mountain(…)

Read More...

Photo Stream Troubleshooting

Find the scenario below that best describes your issue and follow the related steps for troubleshooting. Additional troubleshooting steps for Shared Photo Streams can be found in this article. I imported photos to iPhoto or Aperture from my camera. I do not see them uploaded to the Photo Stream (or My Photo Stream) album even though the service(…)

Read More...

Set up Photo Stream

Set up Photo Stream

You need to set up Photo Stream on each iOS device and computer that you want to use with Photo Stream. On a Mac, you can also choose where you want your photo stream to appear (in either iPhoto 9.3.2 or later or Aperture 3.3.2 or later), and your upload and import preferences. To use Shared Photo Streams, you(…)

Read More...

Photo Stream FAQ

With Photo Stream, when you take a photo on one device, it automatically appears on all of your other devices. And now with Shared Photo Streams, you can easily choose which of your photos you want to share and who you want to share them with. What do I need to use Photo Stream? To(…)

Read More...

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I sign up for iCloud? You can sign up for iCloud on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 5 or later, or through System Preferences on a Mac with OS X Lion v10.7.4 or later. Just follow the setup instructions for your iOS device or Mac. Note: You may need to verify the email address that you use for(…)

Read More...

Troubleshooting Mail

Use this article to troubleshoot iCloud Mail if you cannot access your mail, or if you cannot send or receive email messages with your iCloud email address. Note: On your Mac, always make sure that you have the latest updates for OS X Lion or Mountain Lion installed before trying the additional iCloud Mail troubleshooting steps described(…)

Read More...

Troubleshooting Tabs

iCloud synchronizes your open tabs in Safari across your Macs with OS X Mountain Lion installed and your devices with iOS 6. You can view any open tabs in Safari from all of your supported devices that have iCloud Safari preferences enabled. To use this feature, your Mac must have OS X Mountain Lion and(…)

Read More...

Troubleshooting Bookmarks and Reading List

Always begin with the general troubleshooting steps below. If following these steps don’t resolve your issue, then select the section for the application you’re having issues with. For example, if you’re having issues with Bookmarks on your iPhone, once you’ve completed general troubleshooting, skip to the iOS section. If you need assistance troubleshooting iCloud Tabs(…)

Read More...

Troubleshooting Documents

You may be unable to update or upload documents to iCloud on your iOS device. This can occur with the iWork for iOS apps, or with other apps not manufactured by Apple. You may also see inconsistent storage quota values displayed on your iOS device or in System Preferences. Note: Some apps may have settings where iCloud(…)

Read More...

iWork for iOS and iCloud

How can I access documents on my iOS device on my computer? In OS X Mountain Lion, you can also access your iWork documents directly from iCloud within the applications themselves. Choose Open from the File menu in an iWork application, then click the iCloud button in the top-left corner of the document browser to view all documents for(…)

Read More...

iWork documents on icloud.com

iWork documents on icloud.com

When you create an iWork document on an iOS device (iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch) set up with iCloud, the document appears automatically on icloud.com/iwork and on your other iOS devices set up with iCloud. How you access or download documents stored on icloud.com from a Mac depends on which OS X version it has.(…)

Read More...

iCloud Control Panel 2.1.1 for Windows

iCloud Control Panel 2.1.1 for Windows

About iCloud Control Panel 2.1.1 for Windows The iCloud Control Panel makes it easy to keep your contacts, calendars, and bookmarks up to date automatically between your iOS devices, Mac, and Windows PC. It also includes Photo Stream, which wirelessly pushes photos you take with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to the Pictures library(…)

Read More...

Manage or buy more storage

Manage or buy more storage

Your iCloud account includes 5 GB of free storage for Mail, Documents, and your iCloud Backup. Your purchased music, apps, books, and TV shows, as well as your Photo Stream, don’t count against the 5 GB of free storage. You can manage your iCloud storage space (for example, delete old email messages) from any device. You can(…)

Read More...

Change language or time zone

Change language or time zone

You can change the language or time zone used on icloud.com. You might want to change the time zone if you are traveling to a new time zone and want your calendar events to show up at the local time. Change the icloud.com language On a Mac or Windows computer, go to icloud.com and sign in.If you’re(…)

Read More...

Change iCloud feature settings

Change iCloud feature settings

You can change which iCloud features you’re using by turning them on or off. You can also turn off iCloud completely if you want to stop using it on one or more of your iOS devices or computers. Turning off specific features or iCloud may remove some information (for example, your email, Photo Stream, or(…)

Read More...