Apple brings iCloud to the Microsoft Store

Ceria Alfonso
Junio 13, 2019

With the iCloud app on Windows, you can access your iCloud Drive right from the File Explorer.

Apple has now published the iCloud app on the Microsoft store and made the entire process much easier.

Believe it or not, but Apple is actually quite a fan of Microsoft's modern Windows push, and unlike Google, which has chose to resist the UWP concept, the iPhone maker itself brought a couple of apps to the Microsoft Store. The app is listed as a free download on the Microsoft Store and can be installed by all Windows users.

You can also view and edit the files directly on your Windows 10 device without saving them to the local drive.

You can download and install the app from the Microsoft Store.

Once configured, you can access various features by clicking on the Taskbar icon.

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When it comes to syncing bookmarks, things aren't as complicated as in the case of photos. Microsoft Edge isn't supported, despite being offered as the native Windows 10 browser, but there's a chance it'll be added at a later time given Microsoft's transition to Chromium.

A screenshot of iCloud Drive in File Explorer.

Choose the files and folders you want to keep on your PC.

The offering introduces a new iCloud Drive experience for Windows 10 users powered by the Windows technology to boost users' offline productivity and allow quick file exchanges on iPhone's iOS, Giorgio Sardo, Engineering General Manager for Microsoft 365 Developer Ecosystem wrote in a blog post on Tuesday.

When launched, users will be asked what type of content they would like to integrate with Windows 10.

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