iOS 13 finally adds a download manager to Safari on iPhone and iPad, which makes it more like your desktop where you can see (and choose) where a downloaded file is saved. Now any time you tap on a direct link to a downloadable file like a PDF, MP3, CSV, etc., a window will pop up asking if you want to download it or, in some cases, view/listen to it.
iCloud Drive makes it possible to share folders across Apple devices and between different users. Sharing a folder on the iPhone or iPad requires iOS 13 or later. iCloud Drive folders stored in the Files app on an iOS device can easily be shared with a few taps.
All iOS users get 5GB of iCloud storage for free. Anything above 5GB cost a monthly fee. Here's Apple's current prices for iCloud storage:
- 50GB for $0.99/month
- 200GB for $2.99/month
- 2TB for $9.99/month
You can directly transfer files from your iCloud Drive to a number of other cloud storage services including Amazon Drive, Dropbox and Google Drive among others. To send a file from iCloud Drive to your Amazon Drive, open up your iCloud Drive on your iPhone or iPad and select the file you want to move. Now tap on the share icon in the bottom left and choose Amazon Drive, then choose where you want to save the file on Amazon Drive and tap "Save" in the bottom right.