How to Move Your Data from Google Drive to iCloud

There are several files and items we commonly save on our computers or mobile phones. This may include photos and videos, files or documents you may need in the future. Whatever it is, if you are one of those people who need to save their most valuable files in storage bases such as Google Drive or iCloud, this may interest you.

Both Google Drive and iCloud have different and limited storage capacities, so users of both could use them to organize and distribute their files how they prefer. Today, we will teach you how to transfer your uploaded files from Google Drive to the iCloud cloud with these simple steps.

Save your Google Drive documents to iCloud

  • From an Apple computer, open the “Finder” application, where your file system of the PC itself will appear.transfer files from Google Drive to iCloud
  • If you open the access to Google Drive that is in the left column of the Finder, once inside, you can see the files that you have stored there.
  • After doing this, you must select all the files that you want to move to iCloud.
  • Right-click on one of them. Among the options that appear, select the one to “copy”.
  • The next and last step is to go back to the iCloud folder where you prefer to save your files and paste them
  • They will be uploaded and when they are finished, you will be able to access them from your other Apple devices.

It’s a fairly simple way that allows you to give the user total freedom to order and organize what you have saved on your computer or mobile phone.

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