iCloudDisk
iCloudDisk
2.5.0

3.2

iCloudDisk free download for Mac

iCloudDisk2.5.0

18 May 2014

Create an iCloud folder to easily sync files to your iCloud account.

Overview

iCloudDisk lets you sync files between your Macs using iCloud, like iDisk.

iCloudDisk is the easiest way to use your otherwise-unused iCloud storage space for syncing files between your Macs. iCloudDisk creates a folder on your computer which is seamlessly synced using your iCloud account. Files are even saved for offline use.

Note: You must run iCloudDisk on all the Macs you want to sync with.

What's new in iCloudDisk

Version 2.5.0:
  • Now localized in 33 languages.
  • Minor bug fixes

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11 Reviews of iCloudDisk

Dana-Sutton
05 February 2013
Version: 1.0

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Just plant an alias of User>Library>Mobile Documents on your desktop and you're good to go. This folder is just like the Dropbox Folder, anything you put in it is backed up remotely by iCloud and can be accessed by any other Mac logged onto the same iCloud account.
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Soneé
01 May 2015
Version: 2.5.0
Hello, As of today I am officially discontinuing this application. All the download links on our servers are now officially dead. I am sorry for any inconvenience caused. Thanks, Soneé Delano John
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0.5
Itty
24 October 2014
Version: 2.5.0
Does not yet work in Yosemite.
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ososX
02 May 2014
Version: 2.4.4
Does it allow me to see my iCloud photostream ?
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Sgginc
10 December 2013
Version: 2.4.3
2.4.3 won't install on Mountain Lion. Says OS not supported. Requirements state 10.8 or later. Thanks ... Ken
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Soneé
03 August 2013
Version: 2.2.0
iCloudDisk has a major bug that I am working around the clock to fix. I am sorry for the inconvenience.
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5
liky4life
05 March 2013
Version: 1.2
the best ever
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Jimw
10 February 2013
Version: 1.1
Just spent most of an hour trying to get this to work. No folder was created. No success. Checked out all folders with variations of "drop cloud" in them with File Buddy which searches all folders, even invisible ones. No success. I think I will go back to the alias suggesting using the app Obscurity and password protected formats to remotely backup critical files in case my machine dies.
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Magosilvan
10 February 2013
Version: 1.1
Contrarily to what said in point 1, in the window I see "Get DropCloud", not "Get DropBox"!
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Dana-Sutton
05 February 2013
Version: 1.0
Just plant an alias of User>Library>Mobile Documents on your desktop and you're good to go. This folder is just like the Dropbox Folder, anything you put in it is backed up remotely by iCloud and can be accessed by any other Mac logged onto the same iCloud account.
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World28
05 February 2013
Version: 1.0
An additional possible fix from https://discussions.apple.com/message/19374567#19374567 type in a terminal window: sudo nano /System/Library/LaunchAgents/com.apple.ubd.plist enter your password and then change KeepAlive RunAtLoad to true Then type the two commands launchctl unload /System/Library/LaunchAgents/com.apple.ubd.plist launchctl load /System/Library/LaunchAgents/com.apple.ubd.plist The ubd process stay alive even if the Terminal is no more running. In case of a system reboot, a possible way would be to put the unix command launchctl load /System/Library/LaunchAgents/com.apple.ubd.plist in a Applescript that is in the Applications to be launched at the startup.
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World28
05 February 2013
Version: 1.0
Does not work on Lion 10.7.3 and above. The problem may be solved by launching the command while true; do /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Ubiquity.framework/Versions/A/Support/ubd; done in a terminal window and leave it permanently open ! Not found any other solution. In few words, create a directory named DropCloud in ~/Library/Mobile Documents on each computer, turns on the documents management in iCloud Prefs, and that's it. So the program is extremely minimal in value. If it had fixed the Lion issue, then it would have been a real improvement. But the developper is very young, and he will certainly have time to think about the ubd process in Lion > 1.7.2 ! Ref: http://blog.justus-beyer.de/2012/02/mac-os-x-lion-10-7-3-doesnt-sync-mobile-documents/
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