iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite now share files between each other using iCloud Drive, Apple’s new cloud-based file sharing system.
Once you’ve enabled it, you’ll have quick access to it in just a few clicks through Finder on your Mac!
Step 1. Click on the Finder icon in your Mac dock.
By default, iCloud Drive maintains folders for each of the Apple iWork applications — Keynote, Pages and Numbers — along with folders used by Preview, QuickTime Player, Script Editor, TextEdit and Automator. But that doesn’t mean those are the only folders you can keep in iCloud Drive. You can put whatever you want in there, within the limits of your storage allotment for iCloud.