Apple has announced iCloud Drive, which will allow you to access you documents in the cloud from the iCloud Drive, including documents from keynote, numbers and more.

Users can also add their own files to the drive right from the finder.

Will be accessible from the Finder in Mac, as well as from a Windows device or any iOS device. iCloud Drive will even be accessible from apps in iOS, allowing them to access your iCloud Drive storage, and allowing you to access those files from an iOS device, Mac or Windows PC.

As of yet there’s no information on the pricing structure for this, but we expect it will be similar to that of the iCloud storage, meaning that it will access the same 5GB storage plan for free, and then the extra storage plans which cost a fee depending on their size.


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