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What is iCloud?

iCloud is the service from Apple that securely stores your personal information, keeps it up to date on all your devices, and makes it easy to share your photos, files, and more with friends and family.

Get an introduction to iCloud

A grid of app icons including Photos, iCloud Drive, Mail, and more.

Use iCloud with your favorite apps

See the same photos and videos everywhere. Keep your files up to date on all your devices. Store data from your favorite apps and see it anywhere iCloud is turned on.

Learn how apps and features use iCloud

The Hide My Email screen in Safari on an iPhone.

Get more storage and features with iCloud+

When you upgrade to iCloud+, you get more iCloud storage for your photos and files and access to features like iCloud Private Relay (beta) and Hide My Email.

See what’s included with iCloud+

The iCloud.com homepage on a Mac.

Use iCloud on the web

See your mail, photos, files, and more on iCloud.com. They’re safe, up to date, and available wherever you are.

Sign in and use iCloud.com

To explore the iCloud User Guide, click Table of Contents at the top of the page, or enter a word or phrase in the search field.

If you need more help, visit the iCloud Support website.

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