Go to the File window in a iCloud compatible app and choose “Open” (or “Save”), then select the ‘iCloud’ tab to bring about the iCloud file managerMake note of two files you’d like to join into a folder (don’t worry, you can add more files to the folder once it has been created)
Drag and drop one of the files onto the other – just like in iOS or Launchpad – to create a new iCloud folder from the OS X iCloud browser
Name the iCloud folder as appropriate, then use drag and drop to add more files into the folder from iCloud if desired.
You should be left with this. . . sorted
The year might only be three months old but there’s already a contender for ‘most visually striking iOS game of 2014.’
Launched today, Monument Valley looks to combine the gameplay of hit indie game Fez with the brain-twisting art of M.C. Escher.
As can be seen from the above trailer it looks stunningly beautiful, and with developers Ustwo (the team responsible for Whale Trail and Blip Blup) behind it, hopefully the gameplay will be every bit as great. The trailer depicts Princess Ida climbing through landscapes of shifting geometric shapes, optical illusions, and hidden paths — all the while avoiding and outsmarting the enigmatic Crow People.
Designer Ken Wong calls it “a beautiful, exploratory experience, somewhere between exploring a toy shop and reading The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe.”
Monument Valley is available for newer iPads, iPhones, and iPod touches. It costs $3.99.