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 an online backup 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 iCloud with the iCloud drive on iOS 8 or later and Mac OS X Yosemite or Later all. Sometimes 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 Drive on iPhone, iPad and Mac
Step 1: Go to the setting app and Launch from iPhone and iPad. Tap on Your Profile Name.
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/ High Sierra/ EI Capitan).
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 utilized more space in iCloud by Enable or Disable apps use iCloud under the device settings.