May 21, 2013 - 04:00 PM EDT — AAPL: 439.66 (-3.27, -0.74%) | NASDAQ: 3498.965 (+33.722, +0.97%)
“Mac and iOS users are going to be increasingly pushed to choose between storing their documents in iCloud or Dropbox,” TJ Luoma writes for TUAW. “I expect that Apple will continue to push more and more features to iCloud that will make people want to use it, and I expect that Apple will continue to make iCloud easier and easier for iOS and Mac developers to use, so developers will want to support it.”
“I like the idea behind iCloud, but I don’t really trust iCloud yet,” Luoma writes. “In the meantime, I know Dropbox, and I trust Dropbox.”
Luoma reports, “The good news is that you can sync iCloud to Dropbox. The bad news is that it’s a one-way sync from iCloud to Dropbox. But if all you want to do is backup iCloud files and be able to retrieve previous versions from Dropbox, it’s pretty simple to do.”
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