Apple iCloud for Windows 10

Apple’s iCloud app now in the Microsoft Store for Windows 10

You can download the new iCloud app from the Microsoft Store to manage your cloud files from your Windows 10 desktop.

If you use macOS and iOS devices alongside Windows 10, you can now get the iCloud app from the Microsoft Store to manage your cloud files on your PC or Windows 10 desktop using Apple’s Boot Camp.

Windows 10 users have been able to their iCloud files from their desktop for a long time, but Apple and Microsoft have collaborated to bring the client to the Microsoft Store to make it easier to install and update.

Just like in the previous version, you can access your photos, videos, mail, calendar, files and other important information. However, this new version introduces a new iCloud Drive experience for Windows 10 uses the same technology available for OneDrive’s Files On-Demand feature, enabling users to be more productive offline on mobile devices and quickly share files on iOS.

Once you install the new app, you’ll be able to manage your iCloud Drive files using File Explorer, without using up space on your computer. You can choose the files and folders you want to keep on your device. Safely store all your files in iCloud Drive and access them from your other Apple device. And you can share any file right from File Explorer and easily collaborate with others.

The iCloud app for Windows 10 is free, and it’s available for download now from the Microsoft Store.

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