1 Reply Latest reply: Apr 26, 2013 7:10 PM by gail from maine
Antonio Machado Level 1 (5 points)



I already researched in the iCloud help in icloud.com and I believe you can store your Safari bookmarks on iCloud. But since I now have hundreds of bookmarks, this is critical to me. I'd just like to double check how the bookmarks are retrieved in case I loose my data or my MAC.


The Help item "Documents / Overview" says "iCloud also keeps your Safari bookmarks, Reading List, and iCloud Tabs list up to date on your iOS 6 devices and your Mac with OS X v10.8 or later."


Would you know how it works to retrieve the bookmarks if I loose my MAC data?


1) I don't have iPhone, iPad or iPod. Will I have to buy another Apple device to retrieve the bookmarks or can I access them simply logging in to icloud.com with any computer in the world?


2) In case I get a new MAC, the moment I log in with my Apple ID and open Safari it will automatically retrieve my bookmars, reading list...?



MacBook Pro, OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.2)