Transfer Apps to iCloud
Apple finally detailed their long-awaited iCloud suite of apps, but they sadly won't be available until iOS 5 drops in the fall. Luckily, there are already a number of apps that will let you sync your iOS devices over the air.
iCloud offers cloud solutions for so many services that it competes with: Google Docs, Megaupload, Dropbox, Gmail and other e-mail apps, etc. The major difference between iCloud and the rest is that all these solutions are offered with only one service in iCloud. Even more, the Apple service is advertisement free.
How to Sync Apps to iCloud?
Step 1: Connect your iOS to Wi-Fi or 3G network
The iCloud can automatically move apps to iCloud from your iPad, iPad 2, iPod, iPhone etc. after you connecting the iDevices to Wi-Fi or 3G.
Step 2: Login your Apple ID
Open iTunes and login your Apple ID, if you don't have an Apple ID, you can free register it in apple.com or directly in iTunes.
Step 3: Transfer Apps to iCloud
Now the iCloud will automatically sync apps to iCloud from you iOS devices, it so easy, come on to have a try!
As we all know the iCloud features make our business and media life more convenient, such as free iCloud Music Apps can easily let you download your previously purchased iTunes music to all your iOS devices at no additional cost, and new music purchases can be downloaded automatically to all your devices.
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