In another ding against iCloud, if you find that files you created in iAWriter on your iPhone are not syncing to your iPad (something that has been happening regularly since September), the trick is to open the Files app on your phone, which will then coax iCloud to wake up and take the... www.kaa.bz
@kaa More and more I'm getting the impression that the higher prices charged by Dropbox are actually representative of how much better they are at doing this, specifically when compared to the OS vendors.
@simonwoods exactly my thought as well. They can charge a premium because they deliver a better product. I wish iAWriter had better integration - they are on an island with how they choose to add Dropbox support (although hopefully that might change in the future).
@Bruce This is the kind of thing that will sway me. The way in which it can be both a basic back-up utility and a seamless method of sharing -- even to myself -- is too valuable to ignore once you're using multiple computers.
@Bruce Nah. Thankfully both of my jobs involve meticulous care of data, which for my preferred system involves making long-term files as bullet-proof from loss as possible (multiple sourced back-ups, etc).