Greetings everyone. I decided to reach out to this community because I have come up short taking the more conventional avenues. On my iPhone and as well as on my Mac, inside of ~/Library/Mobile Documents/ are dozens of old and stale directories from legitimate AppStore apps and iOS tweaks that I have installed over the years. 99% of these directories are from programs that I have long ceased using and are in no uncertain terms STALE. I have repeatedly attempted to remove these directories in both macOS and iOS. I have tried removing them via both the mobile and root users to no avail. Well, they do go away.... For about one second, before they're repopulated by iCloud. It appears many apps/tweaks/utilities write to this folder, perhaps straight to iCloud? Essentially, any device I am logged into has these same junk directories. Mind you, they are all empty directories and take up no space - the issue I have is that they exist for no reason than other to infuriate me! If the app developers can code their apps to write these directories, I certainly should be able to remove them, permanently. Apple customer service was of no help. The CSR stated he could indeed see the dozens of empty directories but that it was against policy for him to modify any data on users iCloud accounts. I practically begged him to erase this garbage but he wouldn't do it. I just want it cleaned out. Any developers mind helping me out here? I'm an expert level nix user and have worked for AMD, IBM, and Dell, performing Linux and AIX development. My mind is boggled here... thanks gents edit: the pic is a screenshot from my iPhone on 9.3.3. My iMac has the same exact directories. They are not visible via the iCloud app. Only in terminal.