In this Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012, file photo, employees cheer customers as they enter a newly-opened Apple Store in the Wangfujing shopping district in Beijing. (AP Photo/Andy Wong, File)
Screenshot from WWDC.
Screenshot from WWDC.

POLLY MOSENDZ, The Wire

(The Wire)—One of the many new software developments announced today at WWDC was iCloud Drive. iCloud Drive is a bit like Dropbox, as it allows you to store files in the Cloud and access them anywhere you like.

All of your apps used with iCloud Drive get their own folder, which you can access in Finder. The main perk: you can sync this across OS X, iOS, and Windows. If you’re on an older Mac that doesn’t support iCloud, you can still drop in files to sync them across your other devices.

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