Apple’s iCloud.com opens up to developers today, still in Beta stage



Apple’s iCloud.com web interface has opened today for developers. The website is obviously in Beta, and Apple let’s you know with the nice yellow Beta badge. The new iCloud.com features access to mail, contacts, calendar, find my iPhone and iWork. The site features buttons very similar to what we’re used to in iOS.

The entire layout is very similar to iOS and the iPad design of apps. Mail, Contacts, and Calendar look identical on the iPad. iWork allows you to access your documents in the cloud for editing and manipulating that have been created on your iOS device. You also have the Find my iPhone feature built in, allowing you to find your lost or stolen device anywhere that has internet access.


Overall, this looks like a very promising product from Apple, and we are very excited to see what level they take it to.

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David is a Systems Engineer by day and a Competitive Triathlete on the weekends. He is an avid Apple fan who also loves everything Google. He writes on everything and loves to share news with fellow techies.