iCloud

Available from version 3.2.0 which is currently in beta testings

What does "iCloud" mean.

All data of the app will be stored in your iCloud. Don't worry! This data is very small (about 100kB). If you delete the app or reinstall it on a different device, your data will persist.

Also, if you have more than one Apple device, "Saved songs, musical preferences, and your purchases" will be synced across those devices if iCloud is enabled within the Tonaly app.

▶️ Enable- or Disable iCloud

iCloud is enabled by default. To disable or enable this feature, navigate to App settings, and tap on "iCloud".

👉 When enabling iCloud, you will be asked to:

  1. Sync with data from iCloud

    The latest data that is present in your iCloud will be loaded. Use this if you have a second device that was successfully synced with iCloud. Be aware that "Saved songs, musical preferences, and your purchases" of the current device will be overwritten with the data that is present in your iCloud. Be sure that your other device was connected to the internet. If you only have one device the better use option 2. Note that it may take a couple of seconds/minutes until data in the iCloud is updated.

  2. Upload data from this device to iCloud In this case, data that is present on the current device will be uploaded to iCloud and synced on other devices (if you have other devices). Use this if you only have one device or if the data on the current device is up-to-date and should be synced on other devices. Note that it may take a couple of seconds/minutes until data in the iCloud is updated. Your other device will sync on the next app startup.

▶️ Sync devices

You can sync this data across devices:

  • Saved songs

  • Musical preferences (Except Auto-inversions setting)

  • Add-ons (In-app purchases)

The latest data from iCloud will be synced automatically with each app startup.

If you work simultaneously on two devices, you will be asked if you want to sync changes between the devices.

Storage is limited to 1MB. Tonaly data is usually very small (less than 100kB). Nevertheless, If you have stored lots of, lots of (lots of...) songs it may be possible that data will not be synced to iCloud anymore. In this case, data should still be stored on your device.

▶️ Troubleshooting

Be sure that it is also enabled in your native iOS settings under "Apple-ID > iCloud" (should be enabled by default).

Be aware that syncing of data may take a couple of seconds or minutes! And be sure that you are connected to the internet!

Further troubleshooting:

If you lost any data (like saved songs) after syncing with iCloud, have a look here.

If you have lost any data after updating from app version 3.1.1 or lower to version 3.2.0 or higher, have a look here.