One of the biggest frustrations with having both an iPhone and iPad app is trying to keep them in sync. Devs have tried their own methods of bluetooth syncing, dropbox syncing, or their own unique method. They all work differently and many don't work very well. I have been hoping Apple would create a system which automatically keeps all of your devices in sync. Is iCloud the perfect answer? I know that iCloud will allow the syncing of documents. But what about the syncing of folder creation? Or app settings? App passcodes? what about saving game progress across universal apps? basically all app data Because my wife and I each will have an iPhone and then we will have an iPad. I'm wondering how well it will work to sync all the following (assuming the devs use iCloud access)... Awesome note- syncing all notes and folders (including the folder data like color and icon) gas cubby- sync all the gas/maintenance expenses as well as all car data/alerts iBearMoney- sync not only the transactions and bank accounts but also all the various expense categories and subcategories along with accompanying icon and default expense accounts Infinity blade(insert any game title here)- sync game progress with iPad version any cooking app- sync grocery list and saved favorite recipies 2do- sync all data of todos, checklists, and projects as well as their corresponding tabs (with correct color) Would iCloud work this way? If iCloud isn't able to sync/create folder data etc I can see it being a confusing mess for many of the apps I listed above.