What is Apple iCloud?

iCloud is a cloud-based media storage and streaming services offering from Apple which lets you to store apps, documents and music on the Cloud. That is, iPhone and iPod users are not required to have a Mac or PC to sync their device, or store music.

iCloud is in competition with similar services from Amazon’s Cloud Player and Google’s Music Beta which lets you to stream music from internet instead of saving them on your smart phones.

iCloud syncs documents, apps, calendar, photos, contacts, mail, photos, documents and music. iCloud stores all your content and lets you to access your purchase from your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Mac, or PC from any location.

iCloud Limitation:

  • You will get 5GB of free storage
  • Free storage: Your purchased music, apps, and books,Photo Stream, etc won’t count against your free storage
  • Fee : You must pay a fee to sync music that was not purchased from Apple’s iTunes store( $24.99 per year)

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