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iWork for iCloud beta becomes available to all iCloud users

updated 10:15 am EDT, Fri August 23, 2013

Rollout no longer gradual

The iWork for iCloud beta is now accessible by all iCloud users. Web versions of the iWork apps -- Pages, Numbers, and Keynote -- were initially restricted to developers, but then gradually began reaching the general public through the beta iCloud site. Today, though, the iWork apps have been independently pushed to iCloud.com.

Although they're simplified versions of their native Mac and iOS counterparts, the apps let people view and edit iWork documents from any computer with a compatible web browser. Files are automatically synced between devices, making it possible to do quick edits when away from a Mac or iPad.




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  1. carloblackmore

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    Joined: 12-28-05

    Looking forward to the new iWork icons to match the iOS 7 style. I just realized the iOS 7 icon for Contacts uses different color tabs for "A", "B", "C", and "D". However, I'm not aware of any functionality that assigns different colors to anything alphabetical or anything at all, right?

    Seems like a misleading visual cue if it doesn't address actual funactionality – especially since the other productivity app icons (Calendar, Notes, Reminders) use colors that mimic actual elements in each app.

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