Cloud Computing with Mobile Devices and Phones

cloud computing with mobile devices and phonesLooking for information on how to access cloud computing with mobile devices and phones?  Let’s take a deeper look at this major shift in technology…

You may not realize it, but you’re probably already eyeballs deep in the cloud already!

Let us explain:  You may have found your way to this article because you wanted to learn how to access cloud computing with mobile devices and phones, but the truth of the matter is:

If you’re using an iphone, android or tablet of some sort– you probably already ARE using cloud computing with mobile devices!

iPad & iPhone

Let’s take the iPad and iPhone, for example.

Do you use the iTunes store on either of these devices?  Then you’re dealing with a cloud-based technology.  They REQUIRE that you login with your Apple ID in order to download or purchase anything.  That information is stored…out there… in the CLOUD…

And that’s how your iPhone knows if you’ve made a purchase on your laptop or vice versa.  That shit gets SYNCED!

Thank you cloud computing for organizing my media related purchases.



It’s possible, however, that you think that sucks– that you don’t want Apple knowing that you love Candy Crush.


Android devices are less rigid in this way.  Google Play doesn’t require that you login to download something (however, if your song or app costs $$, you’ll have to identify yourself, obviously).

But don’t get it confused– cloud computing is still a large component of life with Android devices.

Gmail app?  Cloud.

Weather?  Cloud.

That risque dating app? (Yeah you have it…)  Cloud.



We recently messed around with a Surface tablet, and I was surprised to see that a Windows ID is almost essential if you want to use the device to it’s full potential.  It even requires that you merge your Skype username with your Windows account if you want to use the Windows Skype app.

The logic is that by streaming all of your activities under the umbrella of one ID, they can help you to manage your data across several mobile devices and phones.

It’s a fair argument:

Unprecedented access to information?  Yes thank you!


More Info

But we digress…

Again, you already are using cloud computing with mobile devices and phones.  But perhaps you were looking for something a little more, uh, helpful?

Well, you can definitely use things like Google Drive to help with your efforts, and it’s especially easy if you are just looking for personal use.

Amazon Web Services (even though it has recently been in the news for poor profitability) can also help set you up to take advantage of cloud computing with mobile devices and phones.


Still need help?  Leave a comment and we’ll see what we can do for you!  🙂





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