iCloud Keychain
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How to Use iCloud Keychain on Your iOS Devices (iPhone, iPad, Mac, Web)

iCloud Keychain

iCloud is Apple’s platform to save and synchronize data like photos, videos, contacts, notes, documents, and also store backups. If you’re not quite sure where to go to see and manage saved data,  follow this article for how to access iCloud on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and the web.

Keep in mind to help you understand how iCloud works are that it’s woven in Apple’s software on iPhoneiPad, and Mac. Another way to think of this is your data in various apps like Photos, Notes, Contacts, and more are viewable on each of your devices but are saved and synchronized with Apple’s servers.

How to access iCloud on iPhone?

iPhone & iPad

How to Use iCloud Keychain on Your iOS and Android Devices (iPhone, iPad, Mac, Web)

1. Open Settings > tap your name

2. Choose iCloud

3. Now you see all the apps and data can sync and be used with iCloud

4. Tap on the toggle on the right side to turn on iCloud for a specific app

5. Towards the bottom, tap iCloud Backup to make cloud backups.

Further down, you can also see and manage all apps that are using iCloud

Mac

1. Open System Preferences

2. Click iCloud

3. You’ll see the various apps and services you can use with iCloud

4. Click the check boxes on the left to turn them on/off

5. There isn’t an option to back up your entire Mac to iCloud, but you can do it with external drives.

How to Use iCloud Keychain on Your iOS and Android Devices (iPhone, iPad, Mac, Web)

The web

1. If you’re away from your Apple devices, you can access your iCloud account a lot of your saved data at icloud.com

2. Login with your Apple ID

3. Use the iCloud web apps to access your data.

iCloud Keychain

How to Use iCloud Keychain on Your iOS and Android Devices (iPhone, iPad, Mac, Web)

iCloud Keychain remembers things, that you don’t have to. It fills your information—like your usernames and passwords, credit cards, Wi-Fi passwords, and social log-in on any device that you approve. 

Keychain

Turn on iCloud Keychain on your iPhone

1. Tap Settings, tap [your name], then choose iCloud.

2. Tap Keychain.

3. Slide to turn on iCloud Keychain.

If you choose to “Approve Later” when signing into your Apple ID, you need to approve with an old passcode or from another device when prompted.

Turn on iCloud Keychain on your Mac

1. Choose Apple menu> System Preferences. 

2. Click Apple ID, then click iCloud in the sidebar. 

3. Select Keychain.

If you choose to “Approve Later” when signing into your Apple ID, you need to approve with an old passcode or from another device when prompted.

If you can’t turn on iCloud Keychain

On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch: 

1. Choose Settings, tap [your name], then tap iCloud.

2. Tap Keychain and slide to turn it on.*

3. Follow the instructions on your screen.

On your Mac:

1. Choose Apple menu  and select System Preferences.

2. Click Apple ID, then click iCloud in the sidebar.

3. Select Keychain.

How to view passwords stored in iCloud Keychain

On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod

1. Use FaceID or Touch ID when prompted.

2. To see a password, tap a website.

To delete a password, tap Edit. Then select a website and tap Delete.

iCloud to Android

Viewing calendar on Android

Start by opening icloud.com and signing in.

Click Calendar, then select the calendar you wish to sync from the left-hand menu.

Check the box labeled Public Calendar, then click Email Link when the WebCal URL appears.

Send the URL to an email address you can access from your Android device.

On Android, install the CalDAV Sync app.

Collect the email message on your Android device and copy the calendar URL.

Open CalDAV Sync and select Add Account > WebCal.

Paste in the URL, click Next, and adjust the settings as required.

Viewing notes on Android

To sync your notes, open System Preferences and click internet Accounts. Select the Google account that’s associated with your Android device. Here, you’ll see several items that you can sync with your phone. By selecting Notes, everything that you add to the Notes app will be sent to your phone. It shows up in your Gmail app, under a new label called Notes.

Reminders on Android

Use Apple’s Reminders app to keep track of your tasks? If you’re using CalDAV-Sync or SmoothSync, you can sync them to your Android phone easily by downloading OpenTasks from the same developer.

Because CalDAV provides support for task sync, OpenTasks simply piggybacks on the CalDAV connection set up by the other app to get your reminders.

Syncing contacts

Syncing your contacts between iCloud and Android is easy. Open iCloud.com in your browser and log in. Open Contacts you want to export. Then click the gear icon, choose Export vCard, and save the VCF file to your computer.

Next, transfer this data to your Android phone, either via USB or using cloud storage. On Android, open Contacts>Menu, go to Settings > Import. Here, browse for the VCF file and import the contacts.

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