What is web-only access to iCloud?
Web-only access to iCloud lets you share and collaborate with others in real time on documents, spreadsheets, and presentations, even if they don't have access to an Apple device. That means you can invite anyone to share a file. Then they can use their web-only account to access the file and make edits, without leaving iCloud. It includes access to iCloud Drive, Pages, Numbers, Keynote, and Notes for iCloud, and 1GB of free storage for any notes and documents that you create.
Learn more about iWork for iCloud.
How do I get started?
Simply go to iCloud.com and sign in with your Apple ID. If you've used the iTunes Store, iCloud, or any Apple service, you might already have an Apple ID. If you don't remember it, learn how to find your Apple ID.
If you don’t have an Apple ID, learn how to create one. After you create your account, you're signed in automatically.
What browsers are supported?
iCloud.com supports the latest versions of Safari, Firefox, Chrome, Edge, and Opera. Learn more about the system requirements for iCloud.
How do I get the full set of iCloud features?
If you have an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac, you can get the full set of iCloud features. Simply sign in to iCloud. You get immediate access to all iCloud features and 5GB of free storage. From your device, you can upgrade to iCloud+ to access premium features such as iCloud Private Relay, Hide My Email, and HomeKit Secure Video support.*
* Not all features are available in all countries or regions.
Can I upgrade my iCloud storage?
Web-only iCloud accounts are limited to 1GB of storage. You need an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac to access the full set of iCloud features and upgrade to iCloud+.
What is an Apple ID?
Your Apple ID is the personal account you use with all Apple products and services. It includes the email address and password you use to sign in, as well as the contact, payment, and security details that you use with Apple.