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How to Remove iCloud Documents from your iPhone

Submitted by on April 19, 2013 – 10:21 amNo Comment

If you are using the iCloud on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, then you may be familiar with the iCloud Features and you can also create your own email id@icloud.com and set it up on your iDevice. iCloud is a great service and is available for all the three major platforms viz. iOS, Windows PC and MAC and you can enable the iCloud either on any one of them or all.

With iCloud, you can store data such as music and iOS apps on remote computer servers for download to multiple devices like iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and it supports iOS 5.0 or later only.  It is also a center for storage of emails, contacts, calendars, bookmarks, notes, reminders (to-do lists), iWork documents, photos and other data. The service also allows users to wirelessly back-up their iOS devices to iCloud instead of manually doing so using iTunes.

Apple iCloud

So, if you are using the iCloud to backup all your data, then you may be searching for a way to delete some of the backup in form of documents, mail, Apps data, music and more. Backing up and Removing Data from iCloud is a super easy process and anyone can do it on your own. And in this tutorial, i will show you how you can Remove the iCloud Documents Directly from your iPhone.

Delete Documents on iCloud Using iPhone

Removing documents or app data from iCloud is very simple:

  • Delete a document by tapping “Edit” and then tapping the red button alongside the document name.
  • Alternatively, delete all documents pertaining to that specific app by tapping the big red “Delete All” button.

The example is again showing TextEdit documents being modified through iOS:

Delete-iCloud-Documents

Now for deleting the documents, all you need to do is to Tap on this red minus icon to individually delete the documents and choose “Delete All” to remove all of them in one go.

Overall, this method is handy but is not very efficient as it involves a lot of time and you have to go manually through each settings and apps once by one. So, I recommend you to try iCloud Manager for managing all your iCloud Data which is a free software by Apple and you have to pay nothing for it.

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