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iCloud - Screen Synch?


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I'm looking into getting my first Cloud service -- Dropbox, Carbonite and iCloud.

With iCloud, can you screen synch your Macs? Specifically, if I create a music session in GarageBand and save to my Music folder on iMac, will my MBP pick it up instantly?

I'm thinking of something akin to the iCloud commercial in which a newly downloaded iTunes song instantly synchs to all connected devices.
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I would stick with DropBox. iCloud has its uses, but you can't really exert a fine degree of control over it.


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