Apple has just launched a new iCloud application for Windows. With the enhanced version of iCloud, Windows users will find it easier to share data from a computer to an iOS device.
Apple’s effort to present a new iCloud for Windows is considered quite brilliant. Because, in this world, there are not a few Windows users who use iPhone and iPad cellphones every day, Ubergizmo reported.
iCloud Service for Windows
According to Microsoft, Windows users more easily access photos, videos, letters, calendars, data, and other important information from a new iCloud account while travelling through a computer aka Windows 10 PC.
This new cloud computing service from Apple is ‘home’ to iCloud Drive, iCloud Photo, Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Reminders, Safari Bookmarks, and many more that belong to users.
So, if you are an iOS user who uses a Windows computer and wants better integration and access to cloud storage, go to the Microsoft Store for convenience.
The iCloud application on Windows also has the same features as macOS. If on MacOS users can access it directly through the Finder, Windows users can via iCloud through Windows Explorer.
Download iCloud for Windows
This application is available for free at the Microsoft Store for users of Windows 10. Unfortunately, for users under Windows 10, you still have to use the old method, which is downloading via the Apple site.