4 Reasons You Should Use i-Cloud

Continual changes to our cell phones make it a constant challenge to stay abreast of new software. One of the many valuable programs we can make good use of today is iCloud. iCloud syncs your various data on your computer, lap top and cell phone and backs it up for safe storage. It also stores your music, applications, documents, calendars, photos and more, wirelessly sharing them among all your devices. Because of the constant change in iCloud, it is near impossible to educate users on this topic but your cell phone and laptop will automatically keep you abreast of the changes.

Last year i-Cloud began as a cloud storage and cloud computing service from Apple Inc. making its debut June 6, 2011 at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, California.

Create and share with family and friends on i-Cloud

iCloud backup assistant plus helps you to securely save, manage and share what is the most important to you between your smart phone, tablet, desktop and or laptop. You can create playlists, albums, and multimedia slide shows, and share them with friends and family – and on social networks.

Safeguard your data, work and documents with i-Cloud

If you have ever had your cell phone or laptop lost or stolen you know how frustrating it is to try to remember all the names and numbers on your contact list. With a laptop you simply need to log your email account to retrieve your saved email addresses, but telephone numbers are another matter. Do the same with your photos, songs, videos, and documents.  Some of the things we store on our cells or laptops are priceless to us and knowing that we can secure them is invaluable.


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i-Cloud is fully compatible with your device

Remarkably, i-Cloud is compatible with around 200 various cell phones including: (alphabetically) Blackberry – through Xperia Play. Note: there are 20 different types of Blackberry (from the Blackberry Curve to the Blackberry Tour). I-Cloud is also compatible with Droid 2 by Motorola – through Droid X2 by Motorola showing 37 different Droid types. You can be sure you will find the cell phone that meets all your needs and is compatible with this program at the same time.

Subscribing to i-Cloud is easy

The computer will automatically offer to assist you in uploading the backup assistant. Simply connect your smart phone and watch it pop up. It may not be called i-Cloud, as there are other providers that offer the same service, but the computer software program will open and begin a tutorial to advice you through the steps to download the program. It even searches your computer to find out if you have the latest version of QuickTime Player as that is a necessary component of the program. It will provide you with the link if needed. Click on the link and open it once downloaded to install.

Carefully read the terms and conditions

The prices and the services will vary accordingly. Once you have selected the option that best meets your needs, you simply need to agree, and you will be covered by the backup assistant. You can now save and transfer or share files and rest assured that your files are secure.


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