iCloud stores user's content and wirelessly makes it available to all devices. iCloud Storage APIs allow application developers to store their apps' documents and key value data in iCloud. The API also gives developers the ability to access sync and backup services. iCloud will wirelessly push documents to a user's device automatically and update the documents when changed on any device. Currently, full access to documentation is only available to registered developers.
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The Apple iCloud Ruby library by Jurriaan Pruis aims to work with Apple iCloud services in iOS, Mac, and PC. Authentication and basic account information retrieval are needed to access the library. Dependencies in HTTPclient and plist are available as links. The author has published a number of Ruby libraries in his GitHub repositories, that could be useful to scrap, connect, and interface.