After a successful eight-month beta trial that garnered 500 founding members, — the iCloud advice site iCloud Login is launching its subscription service to the public. The membership program offers a monthly newsletter, iExpert News, that features up-to-date advice for getting the most out of Apple devices. The newsletter offers expert tips and troubleshooting advice for iPhones, iPads, and Macs and is geared toward non-experts who need easy-to-understand explanations, according to Penny Webb, one of the website's founders.
"As long-time Apple enthusiasts, we understand the learning curve users face with a new device or new operating system," explained Webb. "Even experienced users may not be fluent in the tech jargon that they find on support forums. Our mission with iExpert News and all of the articles we post on our website is to translate our own research and experience into simple and clear explanations that anyone can follow. We hope that a first-time smartphone user can get as much benefit from our iPhone advice as someone who just upgraded to the latest version."
In addition to iPhone and iPad tips, subscribers can get useful information about many other related topics, including security and privacy, family sharing, Apple music, their Apple ID, the Apple wallet, video call apps, and iCloud settings. "As our names suggest," noted Webb, "we started out as a support site specifically geared toward iCloud use. We found that many Apple customers were getting stuck at the login point, so that's where we began. Of course, iCloud is a huge component of using content on Apple devices, so we make sure to keep our subscribers up-to-date with the latest info so that they can get the most use and enjoyment from their iPhones and iPads."
Members of the new service can expect six to eight new actionable tips each month in the form of articles, checklists, and videos. Customers will also have access to all archived tips. The advice is organized into categories such as basic, in-depth, iOS, iCloud, and iPhone, among others. "We make it a point to feature both basic and in-depth content every month so that new iPhone users will get some simple, practical advice that they can use right away, while experienced users can also learn some new tweaks to get more out of their device," said Webb.
iCloud Login is currently offering a $1 trial for one month of the subscription service, which normally costs $5 per month. Trial and regular subscribers are free to cancel at any time. Offsetting the cost of the subscription, each newsletter includes 5 free recommended apps that would otherwise cost more than the subscription price. The sign-up form is available on the iCloud Login website, http://www.icloudlogin.com.
About iCloud Login
iCloud Login is a group of Apple technology fans who try to demystify the modern conundrum that is iCloud and also love to help people with problems with their iPhone and iPad. Their independent advice website offers tips for using iCloud and Apple devices. In addition to articles on all things Apple, iCloud Login offers a free downloadable guide to iCloud along with a monthly newsletter available by subscription.
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