Most of the folks don’t know about which apps are using iCloud drive for backup from your iPhone and iPad as a background process. Are worried about how to stop/ Enable or Disable apps use iCloud instantly from one screen under the settings. Let’s we check and find which apps are currently using iCloud as a online back up and want to apply manual action on it. Today’s most of the official app and third party app used iCloud as a default, Currently upgraded and renamed of iCloud with iCloud drvie on iOS 8 and Mac OS X Yosemite. Some times app collect unused data on your iCloud drive so as a result you will feel data flooding at that time you have to upgrade iCloud storage space.
How to Enable or Disable apps use iCloud on iOS 8, iOS 7
Step 1: Go to the setting app and Launch from iPhone and iPad.
Step 2: Tap on iCloud, Next Click on iCloud drive
Note: From there you can check available space in your iCloud drive, so easy to stop or revoke app use drive by disabled it.
Step 3: Find the list and scroll down for all app are using iCloud for backup.
You can also stop/ Enable or Disable apps use iCloud from Mac: Yosemite
Step 1: From your Mac, Go to the apple menu.
Step 2: Under the apple Menu, Click on System preference.
Step 3: Next, Click on iCloud, Than Option of iCloud drive (on Mac OS X Yosemite).
Don’t miss you might like this: How to use iCloud Drive in OS X Yosemite using Finder.
Be cautious, Apps are you using might be utilize more space in iCloud by Enable or Disable apps use iCloud under the device settings.