iCloud is a new free cloud based service that works to allow you to seamlessly sync information from several different Apple based applications to almost any device connected to your iCloud account. It stores your music, photos, apps, calendars, documents, and more. And wirelessly pushes them to all your devices - automatically. It’s the easiest way to manage your content. With iCloud, you will no longer worry about buying the same apps on several iOS devices again and again. Now we will teach you how to use iCloud on iPad and iPhone users can also refer to this tutorial.
To Use iCloud on iPad, make sure you have these things:
Step 1. Log in with your Apple ID and password. For users upgrading an iPad or iPhone to iOS 5.0, they will be prompted after the update to enter their Apple ID. For new users, as soon as you turn on the iOS device you will be prompted for your Apple ID and password.
Step 2. In the resulting “Set Up iCloud” screen, make sure the on/off switch on the bottom is set to “On”.
Step 3. From the App Store, tap the "Updates" tab at the bottom. You'll see a new option to view purchased apps. Tap "Not On This iPad" to see the apps you've purchased but haven't downloaded to your phone yet. We downloaded X-Men to our iPad last week. Now we'll download it to our iPhone. Tap the cloud icon next to the app to start the download.
If you want to transfer iPad contents to computer iTunes, you may also use iCloud. Enter iTunes account and password on computer and you will find your purchased iPad content on it. iCloud sync content from your iOS devices automatically.
If things on your iPad are not purchased from the iTunes store, you need to use iTunes Match. But before that, you need to convert your videos or music to iTunes compatible format. Here we recommend you iPad Video Converter for Mac to help you convert video to iCloud. You may free download it here.
Note: If you are Windows users, you need to click DVD Video to iPad.