However, it turns out, Apple stole it. Again, I mean, technically they have stolen the idea behind that but then they bought CloudMe, and they had all the rights with them.
Turns out also, that this idea was first brought out by guys at Canonical. Yes, the same people who gifted the world with Ubuntu. And that cloud service was available for the first time in Ubuntu with Ubuntu One, a built-in cloud file client.
Ubuntu allows you to do just everything the now hyped iCloud does, for the last two years! You’re allotted 5 GB of data in the cloud. iCloud offers the same now. Above that, you’ll have to shell out money as per the plan you opt for. Ubuntu One service is accessible via many mobile device, since there are dedicated clients for Android and iOS devices, whereas clients for WP7S are under works.