Apple has updated the interface of the iCloud web beta with a more modern design, customizable tiles, and more.
The iCloud web allows users to access their photos, files, mail, notes, and more on a Mac, or Windows PC. Changes made on the iCloud web are automatically synced across devices.
iCloud is essential for keeping personal information from your devices safe, up to date, and available wherever you are. At iCloud.com, you can access your photos, files, and more from any web browser. Changes you make will sync to your iPhone and other devices, so you’re always up to date.
Apple operates iCloud web beta along with a publically available version to test new features before their public release.
Create custom tiles for different apps on the new iCloud web beta
New iCloud web interface lets users create custom tiles with different combinations of iCloud apps and services in each tile like Photos, Mail, Notes, Pages, Keynote, Calander, Find My and others.
As users can also manage their iCloud+ storage and subscriptions, they can create separate titles for iCloud Drive and service. The more organized and easy-to-use design of the iCloud web is likely to enhance users’ experience in managing their apps, services, and subscriptions.
Currently, the new changes are in beta and their release time is not known. However, interested users can try out new features on beta.icloud.com.
Recently, iOS 16.1 added the iCloud Shared Photo Library feature that allows family members to either choose images from the Photos app to add to or directly send captured images to their Shared Library.
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