Back up data with LiveKive Apple’s iCloud is a brand new service designed to make syncing data between Mac, Apple mobile devices and the PC a breeze, but it’s not a comprehensive solution.

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The major shortcoming comes with the fact you can’t pick specific folders or files to sync between devices. Thankfully, there are a number of third-party backup and sync services that use the internet to keep your files and folders in sync across a multitude of devices

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