The best? They come in parts. On the one hand for mobile devices, both in iOS and Android, the content that we can access from the web version has been expanded. Now we can access Photos, Notes, Reminders and Search. Another improvement to keep in mind is that from the Photos app itself in iCloud.com we can manage our images and upload them directly to the cloud, accessing the Photo Library as if it were a file explorer, in addition to being able to manage our albums and other. Previously, accessing iCloud.com does not offer access to these apps if we do it through a mobile device.
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On the other hand the user experience on the iPad is extended and the use resembles that of the desktop version habitual. So we will have a complete experience of Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Photos, iCloud Drive, Notes, Reminders, Friends and Search.
The background of this is facilitate the use between teams, mainly when it comes to devices that are not directly compatible, such as an Android device with an iOS device. In this way the experience is very similar in both cases, and although on Android you will never have the integration that currently exists on iOS if at least it makes it easier for us to use two different devices with the same background base.
We can only encourage you to enter iCloud.com and discover what has improved the overall experience from a mobile device. Have you already entered? Leave us your impressions in the comments section!