Apple Launches New iCloud App for Windows 10
After iTunes, Apple is back with another app for Windows 10 devices. iCloud, which gives users easy access to files stored in the cloud, is now available for download from the Microsoft Store.
iCloud for Windows 10 lands as a UWP app, and because it’s listed into the Microsoft Store, it can be installed not only on Windows 10, but also on devices running Windows 10 in S Mode (or Windows 10 S).
These computers are limited to Microsoft Store app, therefore Win32 programs are blocked.
iCloud comes to Windows 10 with nearly the same sync features as the original Win32 version, including access to photos, videos, mail, calendar, and other files located in the cloud.
iCloud Drive, just like OneDrive but from Apple
First and foremost, iCloud for Windows 10 allows you to set up the iCloud Drive, which makes it possible to browse iCloud files from File Explorer. No local storage is used though, and you can easily share files or invite contacts to collabo… (read more)