Today, during Apple’s quarterly earnings call, the company revealed that iCloud has over 190 million users. That’s up 40 million from the 150 million users the company cited during its last earnings call in July. In April, Apple revealed that a 125 million people were using iCloud.
iCloud is a free service that stores all your content and seamlessly syncs it across all your devices. It replaced the company’s predecessor paid subscription service called MobileMe with a more seamless and free service.
Apple offers users with 5GB of free storage space on iCloud. Users who want more space can pay $20 per year for 10GB of additional storage (for a total of 15GB), $40 for 20GB and $100 for 50GB.