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How Can I See What’s on the iCloud?

In general, you know what’s on the iCloud. It’s the content of your Mail, Notes, Reminders, and so on, but you also can get more specific information about your data, such as the amount of space each type of data is using and the amount of storage space you have left in your account. Just open the iCloud preferences (in System Preferences) and click the Manage button to open the dialog box shown in Figure 5.5.

Figure 5.5

Figure 5.5. The apps on the left have created data that are stored on iCloud.

In Figure 5.5, you can see that the sidebar does not list every kind of data that you can synchronize. Only those applications that count against your space are displayed. For example, your purchased music, movies, apps, books, and TV shows, as well as your Photo Stream, don’t count against your storage.

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