ICloud Drive

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iCloud is able to store doc­u­ments, just as you would on a drive at­tached to your Mac, en­abling you to up­date those files wher­ever you have ac­cess to an app that can open them, and keep­ing them in sync be­tween de­vices. With iOS 8 and Yosemite, Ap­ple changed the way in which doc­u­ments are stored and browsed in iCloud. The old sys­tem, called Doc­u­ments in the Cloud, pro­vided strictly sep­a­rated ar­eas for each app’s files. Its re­place­ment, iCloud Drive, is far more flex­i­ble, as it works much like the Finder in OS X. iCloud Drive can store doc­u­ments from dif­fer­ent apps in the same folder, and you can nest fold­ers in­side each other too. iCloud Drive re­tains the pre­vi­ous sys­tem’s tag­ging fea­ture, which en­ables you to as­sign key­words to files and then search for them in­stead of just file­names.

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