Markcomm Pitch

Overview

iCloud is another storage and cloud computing service offered by Apple Inc. It was launched on October 12, 2011, and until 2018 had nearly 850 million users. iCloud allows the users to store data like photos, documents, and music on remote servers. You can later download it on various devices and share the data and send it to other users.

iCloud also acts as the means to back up all iOS directly to the cloud wirelessly. You do not have to manually backup the data any longer. Apart from that, the service users can also share their photos, games, and music by linking the accounts. iCloud acts as a replacement for Apple’s MobileMe service.

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iCloud

Features

  • Access Controls/Permissions
  • Collaboration Tools
  • Document Management
  • Encryption
  • Messaging
  • Real Time Synchronization
  • Search/Filter
  • Device Syncing
  • Web Interface
  • File Type Support
  • Mobile Apps
  • Simultaneously Editing
  • File Sharing
  • Change Tracking / Audit Logs
  • Single Sign-On
  • Policies and Controls
  • Device Management
  • Storage Zones
  • Security
  • Storage Limits

Specifications

  • Deployment: Cloud Based, Web Based, SaaS Based, Installed - Mac, Installed - Windows, iPhone / iPad, Android

iCloud Users

Available Support

  • Email
  • Phone

Language Support

  • English

Company Details

  • Company Name: Apple

  • Headquarter: United States

  • Full Address:

Reviews

Overall: I really have a wonderful experience for almost 4 years working with this application. It can be use to store my work files and document, along with my personal files like my picture and video from the phone.
Pros: I really like that iCloud offer a good protection and security for my files and media stored in the software. My files will readily available on all my other Apple device like my iPad and my MacBook as it will synchronized it across my all device. It is also cheap to adding more storage size to it.
Cons: It is only convenient to use it with Apple product. Use it from android device or from Windows based device will lose all the automation to synchronized the data automatically. Other than that, i don’t have anything more to complain about this software as they work really well with my apple device.

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Overall: I enjoy several features of the iCloud service, including the simplicity with which backups can be performed, as well as the speed with which they can be performed directly on the iPhone. I dislike the five GB of space they provide the user with; it should be more. I use iCloud to save the most valuable videos and photos possible for backup purposes and backup WhatsApp.
Pros: The most valuable feature of I Cloud is how you can store your data for business or personal use in a secure location without having to worry about it. In recent years, as data and required documents and images increased, it became difficult to maintain storage, and you were forced to bring several devices. With I Cloud, you no longer needed to.
Cons: A reliable and effective method of storing documents and files for Apple product users, where your files and data are protected, is a proper backup solution. It’s has an excellent user interface; I’ve been using it effectively for two years without encountering a single problem. The only thing that needs to be revised is the pricing structure, as it varies by country and by length.

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What do you like best?
iCloud functions similarly to other cloud synchronization services, but it also has a built-in productivity package comparable to Google Suite and Microsoft Office on Apple-designed smartphones. Alo the semales sintegration between any apple device is a rellay good tradeoff given to anyone that you can cross connect contents between different devices really easily. Though its cloud platform isn’t the most reliable, it does a reasonable job of maintaining functionality and security.

What do you dislike?
On Windows, iCloud is only available as a browser-based storage utility, and it is completely absent on Android. Personalization – iCloud thrives in the areas where everything excels. Notwithstanding, it lacks some features that certain rivals (like Google Drive or Dropbox) dominate at. For certain persons, API service for third-party features is very useful.

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What do you like best?
I enjoy the presentation of the service and how it saved all my photos and videos even after I have no other devices. I have an iPad Air and an iPhone 7 that I use for media projects and productivity as secondary devices, which help with my collaborations with other users

What do you dislike?
The limited storage for a free account. 5GB is not a sufficient amount of data for people, and not everyone can pay for extra storage. A few can, but most people are students and need to keep their files and stuff saved and secure. If there is an option to get 15GB, then there would be more noticeable clients.

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I enjoy several features of the iCloud service, including the simplicity with which backups can be performed, as well as the speed with which they can be performed directly on the iPhone. I dislike the five GB of space they provide the user with; it should be more. I use iCloud to save the most valuable videos and photos possible for backup purposes and backup WhatsApp.

Pros

The most valuable feature of I Cloud is how you can store your data for business or personal use in a secure location without having to worry about it. In recent years, as data and required documents and images increased, it became difficult to maintain storage, and you were forced to bring several devices. With I Cloud, you no longer needed to.

Cons

A reliable and effective method of storing documents and files for Apple product users, where your files and data are protected, is a proper backup solution. It’s has an excellent user interface; I’ve been using it effectively for two years without encountering a single problem. The only thing that needs to be revised is the pricing structure, as it varies by country and by length.

Read Full Review Here