How to Access iCloud Notes on PC

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Myra Updated on Jun 05, 2018 to iPhone Data Transfer | How-to Articles

Want to view and edit your iCloud Notes from your PC? No worry, you can make it by visiting iCloud.com. The method is quite easy. To make sure the process goes smoothly, you have to ensure that you have set up iCloud Notes on your iPhone or iPad. If you haven't set it up, you can read Part 1 to know how to turn on iCloud Notes first. Then go to Part 2 to learn how to access your iCloud Notes from PC. While if you are interested in the way to access and view your iPhone Notes on PC without using iCloud, you can go to Part 3 instead.

Part 1: How to set up iCloud Notes on iOS device

iCloud services can be quite useful if you want to sync some content among your iOS devices. You just need to turn it on and make your devices connect to Wi-Fi.

1. Go to "Settings" App on your iOS device.

2. Tap on your name and choose "iCloud". (In iOS 10.2 and earlier, choose "iCloud" directly.)

3. Switch on "Notes" option.

How to access iCloud Notes on PC - Set up iCloud Notes on iPhone/iPad

When you use iCloud to back up your iPhone/iPad content, you may have problems like "iPhone can't back up to iCloud". If so, learn how to fix it first before you continue.

Part 2: How to access iCloud Notes on PC via iCloud.com

If you have turned on iCloud  Notes on your iPhone, you can access them from your PC as long as you have the network connection and browser available.

1. Go to visit iCloud.com on your PC. 

2. Enter your Apple ID and sign in to iCloud.

3. Tap on "Notes" to view and manage your iCloud Notes.

How to access iCloud Notes on PC

For you who like to use iCloud, it's likely that you may be interested in how to make iCloud backup faster.

Part 3: How to access iPhone notes on PC without iCloud (Free Tip)

Using iCloud is not the only way that enables you to access and view your iPhone notes on PC. An alternative way to make it is to use MobiMover Free, an iPhone data transfer tool, to import your iPhone notes to PC and then you can access and view them as you like even without network connection. And that's just one thing MobiMover can do for you. You can also transfer files like photos, videos, music and more between PC and iPhone/iPad or between two iOS devices (iPhone/iPad) with MobiMover. And unlike iCloud just with its first 5GB free, you don't need to worry about the storage will be taken even if you have extra large files to transfer as long as you have enough space on your PC. Follow the steps below to learn how to use MobiMover to solve your problem.

Notice
Due to the limitations of the iPhone operating system, notes cannot be transferred from the iOS device that's running iOS 11 or later. However, if you want to transfer other file types or transfer notes from devices running iOS 10 or earlier, you can still use MobiMover to get things done.

Click the button below to safely download and install EaseUS MobiMover Free on your PC running Windows 7 or later.

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Step 1. Connect your iPhone/iPad to your computer, launch EaseUS MobiMover, then unlock your iDevice and click "Trust" in the prompt asking for your permission. Among the options, choose "Phone to PC" > "Next".

connect device and launch EaseUS MobiMover

Step 2. Select the category or categories you want to transfer from your iPhone/iPad to computer. You can click the default path and then set a custom storage path for the notes to be transferred. Afterward, click "Transfer".

select files and set custom path

Step 3. When the transfer process has finished, you can view and manage the notes on your computer with ease.

start transferring notes from iPhone/iPad to computer

If you have tried this tip and installed MobiMover on your PC, you can do things like transferring photos from iPhone to iPhone and transferring contacts from iPhone to iPhone the next time you buy a new iPhone with MobiMover without worrying about how to migrate data from your old iPhone to the new iPhone anymore.