But the company decided that with the arrival of iCloud and its free access, this function would be removed and replaced by cloud storage functions for some programs such as iWork or Textedit.
While iDisk was a relatively simple service with few options, the ability to access your cloud storage and manually control the files stored there was quite useful.
iClouDrive allows us to retrieve this function , but using iCloud, how? Very simply, by creating a folder in the root of our system capable of synchronizing any file we put in it with our iCloud account. Logically, part of the grace of the system lies in the ability to install the program on more than one computer and synchronize the same information between them quickly.
The program works instantly and there are few simpler file sharing tools if you are not a DropBox user. The application is free and we only depend on the space we have in iCloud and its different plans and prices.