Intermorphic apps that support Apple iCloud / iCloud Drive:
- Wotja 4+ (iOS), Wotja 4+ (macOS)
- Noatikl 3.0+ (iOS), Noatikl 3.1+ (macOS)
- Liptikl 2.0+ (iOS), Liptikl 2.0+ (macOS)
- Mixtikl 7.0+ (iOS)
- Wotja 3.2+ (iOS)
iCloud Drive Folder:
The iCloud Drive folder on macOS is found here:
Why use iCloud / iCloud Drive?
We strongly recommend using iCloud / iCloud Drive wherever you can.
There are five main reasons for that:
- Backups: Files kept in iCloud are always backed up.
- File Synchronisation: Lets you easily create and edit on any device. For example, on an iOS device you create a file on device 1 and then edit it further on device 2, and then on macOS work on that file in the desktop version of that app, and vice versa.
- File Organisation: You can move files around on iOS with the iCloud Drive app or on desktop PC with Finder.
- Single copies of Zip files (Wotja 4 only): If you Zip up additional content that you want your Wotja file to reference (e.g. SF2, WAV or OGG files) and you put that Zip File in the Wotja iCloud folder then you only need one copy of it (rather than a copy in the Intermorphic Folder of very device you use).
- Simplicity: You don't need to understand the intricacies of the "Intermorphic Folder" or Local Device folder.
Note on iCloud Drive Subfolders (folders under the main app folder):
Our iOS apps support "flat" folders meaning they will display all files under the root folder, including files in any subfolders.
Tip: If you want to limit what files are displayed in the iOS app, you need to move the files you don't want to see out of the main app folder, perhaps into a "Archived" folder under iCloud Drive.
Apple iCloud Drive FAQ:
See: iCloud Drive FAQ
How to display iCloud Drive on your iOS device home screen:
See: Help using iCloud Drive
Tip: Why can't I see the relevant app folder in my Mac's iCloud Drive folder or in the iCloud Drive on icloud.com?
Tip: To see the Wotja iCloud folder on Mac, we strongly suggest first installing either Wotja for macOS or Wotja 2017 for macOS. Either will do and (similar on iOS to Wotja or Wotja 2017 for iOS) they both share the same folder.
If you have just installed one of our iCloud Drive supporting apps for the first time, then it seems it can take a while for the iCloud Drive synching to happen and for the folders/files to appear on your Mac. We know not why.... but a couple of suggestions to try are:
Sign-in to your iCloud web account (icloud.com) and from the home page select the iCloud Drive icon when you will then be able to see all your iCloud Drive folders. It seems that doing this may cause the relevant app folder to appear soon on the Mac.
It may be that the relevent folder is not showing in the above iCloud Drive folder, in which case we have found that if you connect your device to iTunes on your Mac and then perform an iTunes "Sync" for that device, it seems the folders/files then appear straight away under your Mac's iCloud Drive folder and in icloud.com.