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CloudyTabs: Liberate iCloud Tabs from Safari on your Mac

Everyone has their favorite (or least favorite, depending on how you look at it) beefs with Apple's iCloud service. But one of my biggest frustrations is that many of iCloud's most-convenient features require you to use Apple's apps--those features simply don't work with third-party programs. » zum Artikel

iWork for iCloud apps get password protection, other improvements

Given that the suite remains in beta, it's not shocking that Apple's iWork for iCloud apps are still being lavished with updates. The latest set arrived on Thursday, with improvements for all three apps in the productivity suite. » zum Artikel

iCloud backup tricks for the iPhone and iPad

It's important to back up your iOS device, just as you should your Mac. You can back your iPad or iPhone up to your computer using iTunes, or you can back it up to Apple's iCloud. If you do the latter, the device backs up whenever you're connected to a Wi-Fi network, keeping your data well protected. » zum Artikel

How secure is iCloud

Reader John McKnight is concerned about iCloud's security. He writes: » zum Artikel

Set up iCloud and back-up your iPhone

Apple's iCloud acts as a storage, data-sync and back-up service for your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad. Through iCloud, iOS devices were finally freed from being accessories to Macs and PCs, because the likes of calendar events and contact data would be synchronised on-the-fly, rather than updated when you plugged your device in and synced. » zum Artikel

How to view your iMovie Theatre clips, trailers and movies on any device using iCloud

Included with the latest version of iMovie is the iMovie Theatre, a new service that allows you to view all of the movies, trailers and clips you create in iMovie on any of your devices linked to Apple's iCloud service. » zum Artikel

As promised, Apple adds real-time collaboration to iWork for iCloud

Apple yesterday updated its online iWork for iCloud productivity apps, adding collaboration tools that let users simultaneously edit documents, spreadsheets and presentations. » zum Artikel

Apple expands collaboration, adds folders and printing to iWork for iCloud

On Thursday Apple added some new features to its iWork for iCloud beta Web apps, focusing on collaboration, printing, and organizing. » zum Artikel

Apple's 5 GB of free iCloud space isn't nearly enough

Gosh, what a what's the opposite word for 'bargain' again » zum Artikel

How to use iCloud Keychain

Apple's new iCloud Keychain aims to solve an irritating problem: even if you've entered usernames and passwords on your Mac, you still have to reenter every single one manually on your iPhone and iPad (as well as any other Macs you use). As of OS X 10.9 Mavericks and iOS 7.0.3, however, iCloud Keychain keeps these account credentials, along with credit card numbers and other personal information ... » zum Artikel

First-look: Keynote for Mac, iOS, and iCloud

Along with a host of other updates this week, Apple shipped new versions of Keynote for both Mac (version 6) and iOS (version 2), and also added new features to the Keynote Web app available on iCloud.com. Here are some first impressions: » zum Artikel

Apple iCloud Keychain in OS X Mavericks gets mixed reviews

Security researchers have mixed opinions about the new password manager Apple has included with Mavericks, the latest version of the Mac OS X operating system. » zum Artikel

First-look: Pages for Mac, iOS, and iCloud

If you were wondering when (or if) Apple had plans to update iWork for the Mac, Tuesday October 22 was an amazing day. Along with the expected release of new iWork apps for iOS, Apple released new versions of iWork for the Mac. Each of these apps is designed to offer easy access to and editing of your documents no matter what device you're using--and that includes PCs. » zum Artikel

Surprising no one, iWork for iCloud to get updates 'in just a few short hours'

First reported by MacRumors, Apple seems to be teasing the arrival of new iWork for iCloud apps on iCloud.com in advance of its Tuesday special media event. » zum Artikel

Surprising no one, iWork for iCloud to get updates 'in just a few short hours'

First reported by MacRumors, Apple seems to be teasing the arrival of new iWork for iCloud apps on iCloud.com in advance of its Tuesday special media event. » zum Artikel

Apple fixes iCloud bug that 'Barbie-ized' OS X, iOS calendars

Apple today fixed an iCloud bug that had turned OS X and iOS users' calendars into a gaudy range of colors that one frustrated customer labeled the "Barbie Dreamhouse" palette. » zum Artikel

iCloud-hosted data inaccessible for some users

Apple's iCloud service has had its share of outages and issues, but the latest problem, while apparently limited to a subset of accounts, just might be the most frustrating yet for those affected. » zum Artikel

Apple launches redesigned iCloud.com ahead of iOS 7 release

Apple has brought its iOS 7-inspired iCloud.com webpage out of beta as it prepares to release iOS 7 to iPad, iPhone and iPod touch owners later today. » zum Artikel

iCloud.com gets the iOS 7 design treatment

iOS 7 may not arrive until Wednesday, but iCloud is getting the iOS 7 facelift tonight: Visit iCloud.com, and you'll find the simple layered touches of Apple's newest mobile operating system waiting for you to explore. » zum Artikel

Plain Cloud: It's not fancy but it provides simple access to iCloud files

Editor's note: The following review is part of Macworld's GemFest 2013. Every day (except Sunday) from mid-July until late September, the Macworld staff will use the Mac Gems blog to briefly cover a standout free or low-cost program. Learn more about GemFest in this Macworld podcast. You can view a list of this year's apps, updated daily, on our handy GemFest page, and you can visit the Mac Gems ... » zum Artikel

Apple throttles iWork for iCloud access for new users

If you haven't already tried out iWork for iCloud, you may have to wait a while. As first reported by 9to5Mac, Apple's temporarily disabled access to the online suite for new users, due to "an overwhelming response." » zum Artikel

Will iWork for iCloud work for you

Apple has made iWork for iCloud available to the masses. It's technically still in beta, but now anyone can use the cloud-based versions of Pages, Numbers, or Keynote from an iCloud account. The question is whether or not iWork is the right suite of tools for you to use. » zum Artikel

iWork for iCloud beta now available to the public

Apple on Friday brought iWork for iCloud to the masses. The service, first announced at the company's Worldwide Developers Conference in June, had been available in a limited beta for registered developers, but is now open to anyone with an Apple ID and an iCloud account. » zum Artikel

Apple quietly launches iWork for iCloud public beta

Apple today quietly opened the free beta of iWork for iCloud to everyone with iCloud log-on credentials. » zum Artikel

Hands-on: iWork for iCloud beta almost as good as Mac, iOS versions

Over the past several weeks, Apple has been expanding the preview program for iWork for iCloud so nondevelopers can give it a try. This online version of the iWork suite offers Web-based versions of the three iWork apps--Pages, Numbers, and Keynote--enabling you to create and edit iWork documents stored in iCloud from almost any Web browser. » zum Artikel

Mac Gems: iClouDrive puts iCloud storage within a folder's reach

Editor's note: The following review is part of Macworld's GemFest 2013. Every day (except Sunday) from mid-July until late September, the Macworld staff will use the Mac Gems blog to briefly cover a standout free or low-cost program. Learn more about GemFest in this Macworld podcast. You can view a list of this year's apps, updated daily, on our handy GemFest page, and you can visit the Mac Gems ... » zum Artikel

Dealing with iCloud spam

Reader Rich Girrard is less than thrilled by what's appearing in his Inbox. He writes: » zum Artikel

Saving documents to your Mac rather than iCloud

Reader M. Burns asks about an issue that has puzzled more than one Mountain Lion user. He writes: » zum Artikel

Yojimbo 4 gains sync, but eschews iCloud

Bare Bones Software on Wednesday released Yojimbo 4, which--at long last--adds syncing to the venerable information organizer for OS X. » zum Artikel

Five iCloud email tricks you probably missed

If you have an Apple ID, then you have an iCloud email account. This free account gives you up to 5GB storage for your emails, minus what you use for documents and other data you store in the cloud. It's easy to work with your iCloud email from Apple's Mail, on the Mac, or on an iOS device. Still, you may not know about the many extra options and features available if you log into iCloud on the ... » zum Artikel


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Everyone has their favorite (or least favorite, depending on how you look at it) beefs with Apple's iCloud service. But one of my biggest frustrations is that many of iCloud's most-convenient features require you to use Apple's apps--those features simply don't work with third-party programs.
Given that the suite remains in beta, it's not shocking that Apple's iWork for iCloud apps are still being lavished with updates. The latest set arrived on Thursday, with improvements for all three apps in the productivity suite.
It's important to back up your iOS device, just as you should your Mac. You can back your iPad or iPhone up to your computer using iTunes, or you can back it up to Apple's iCloud. If you do the latter, the device backs up whenever you're connected to a Wi-Fi network, keeping your data well protected.