Apple Chief Financial Officer Peter Oppenheimer says over 85 million folks have signed up for iCloud since it launched in October 2011.

iCloud is a set of free cloud services, including iTunes in the Cloud, Photo Stream and Documents in the Cloud, that work with your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac or PC to automatically and wirelessly store your content and push it to all your devices. iCloud stores your music, photos, apps, contacts, calendars, documents and more, keeping them up to date across all your devices.

“We’re thrilled with iCloud and the response from customers has been incredible,” says Apple CEO Time Cook. “It solved a lot of problems that customers were having and made their lives much easier. I see it as a fundamental shift recognizing that people had numerous devices, and they wanted the bulk of their content in the cloud and easily accessible from all devices. iCloud is an important part of our strategy for the next decade.”