If you use iDevices e.g. ipad, iPhone, iPod – you are probably using iCloud that provides great backup facility so that your contacts, apps, emails, notes, reminders and iDevice itself remain safe. You can turn the iCloud backup on from device settings (iCloud) and it will keep your data synced with device and your account with Apple. Whenever you update data from above mentioned programs, iCloud will save it in the cloud so that it may be available for you on other iDevices from anywhere. Recently Apple released iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S and the iOS got a fresh update (iOS7). With that, I had a chance to look into iCloud and noticed few new apps which are in beta phase yet but worth a look. If you purchase new iPhone, these apps come free with the new iOS7 but if you download those apps from Apple Apps Store, it will cost you few bucks. Here are the new additions to the iCloud.
With iCloud, the stuff you love is everywhere you need it. Automatically, iCloud stores your music, photos, documents, and more, wirelessly and pushes them to all your Apple devices. Automatic, effortless, and seamless data syncing through all Apple devices puts you at ease on the go – wherever you are, whatever Apple device you are using, you can access your photos, music, videos, contacts, and documents anywhere. You need Apple ID to use iCloud service. iCloud offers 5GB of free storage online. Once you activate iCloud service in your Apple device, all your data from that device starts to store at iCloud under your Apple ID. If you use any other iDevice, login to your Apple account and enable iCloud at it, you will be able to access all your data from iCloud in that new device. Watch videos below for more explanation.