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iCloud is Apple's next-generation MobileMe service, allowing users to synchronise content from their iTunes to their iOS-powered iPod or iPhone handsets seamlessly. It also includes iTunes Match (U.S. only for the time being), along with other perks and benefits available from the web.
This gallery will walk you through the hands-on experience of using iCloud on the web.
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Once you sign in for the first time, you will be asked to add a photo to your iCloud account. Simply click and drag one if you are using a Mac, or upload one using Windows. Because it runs on HTML5 and on the web, it works on any modern browser -- such as Internet Explorer 9, Safari, Firefox or Chrome, and on any desktop operating system -- Mac, Windows and Linux included.