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How to set up iCloud Drive on iOS
On iOS, things are a bit murkier because there is no standalone iCloud Drive app that lets you view all of the files and folders you have stashed in Apple's cloud. Instead, iCloud Drive lurks within Apple's own app and third-party apps. In Pages, for example, your list of documents features both those saved locally and those saved to iCloud Drive.
Before you can use iCloud Drive in an app, you have to enable iCloud Drive in Settings of your iOS device. Go to Settings > iCloud and tap on iCloud Drive. Next, tap the toggle switch to enable iCloud Drive. Below the iCloud Drive toggle switch is a list of apps that presumably support iCloud Drive, but I couldn't find any sign of iCloud Drive integration for many of the apps listed on my iPhone.
I'd wager that, after an update, many of these apps will offer iCloud Drive support. I was able, however, to save PDFs to iCloud Drive from Scanner Pro by Readdle.
To move a document that you created on an iWork app on your iPhone or iPad to iCloud Drive, tap the share button in the upper-right corner, choose to Send a copy and then select a format.
Next, tap the Send to a button and you will see a grid of folders, which represent the apps you have that support iCloud Drive. If an app is not compatible with the file type you are attempting to save, its folder will be grayed out. Tap the folder you'd like (and then a subfolder, if any exist) and tap Export to this location.
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