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Take Control of iCloud, 3rd Edition by Joe Kissell

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Keep Documents and App Data in Sync

With the new iCloud Drive feature in Yosemite, Apple finally brings back Finder access to online file storage in iCloud. It gives you a single location where you can (in theory) see any of the documents that any of your apps have stored in iCloud, as well as the freedom to organize files in any manner you choose, including creating your own folders. Any Mac app can now store documents there, even if it hasn’t been designed specifically to work with iCloud. And you can access iCloud Drive not only from your Mac but also on icloud.com and in many iOS 8.1 apps.

However, iCloud Drive’s predecessor, Documents in the Cloud, hasn’t exactly gone away. If all your devices are still running Mavericks or earlier, or ...

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