According to 9to5Mac, Apple has released iCloud.com to everyone using the content-syncing service, after a trial period. If your not familiar with “cloud” it is information that is stored online, not through your own personal computer but a remote computer or sever.
Users will be able to access iCloud by entering their current Apple ID and there password. Once inside the portal, users will be able to link all of your Apple devices and share content through them quickly. Being to access all of your files, photos, music and more backed up and available over the Internet, wherever you are whenever you need them sounds like it is worth the download.