Cloudd is a command line tool developed by Apple for macOS systems. It is primarily used for managing iCloud services and functionality through the terminal. The tool allows users to interact with iCloud features programmatically, offering automation and scripting capabilities.
Cloudd provides various commands for managing data and settings associated with iCloud services. This includes managing documents, photos, contacts, calendars, reminders, and more. It enables users to perform actions like uploading, downloading, listing, and deleting files from iCloud Drive.
Users can also use Cloudd to manage iCloud Photo Library, allowing them to access, download, and upload photos and videos. It provides options for organizing media within albums and removing items from the library.
This command line tool also supports syncing contacts and calendars between the local system and iCloud. Users can add, modify, and delete contacts and events, as well as retrieve information from their iCloud accounts.
Overall, Cloudd is a powerful tool for macOS users who prefer working with iCloud services through the command line, providing flexibility and automation options for managing various aspects of iCloud functionality.
List of commands for cloudd:
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