The three big tech companies, namely Google, Apple, and Microsoft, can best be described as being best frenemies.
They are rivals and critics in the industry but also can’t but help cooperate with each other to some extent.
Usually that involves making services and apps available on the others’ platforms even if they’re dying to keep them exclusive.
The latest proof of that unavoidable cooperation is the all new iCloud app for Windows that has just became available on Microsoft’s app Store.
Of course, this isn’t the first incarnation of iCloud on Windows but the last time the app made headlines showed the unspoken rift between the two companies.
Back in November, it was reported that the Windows 10 October update broke iCloud shared album syncing to the point that Microsoft had to block updates on Windows computers that had a specific version of the iCloud software installed.