updated 05:46 pm EDT, Tue September 2, 2014
Includes features previously not available for Windows, such as iCloud Drive
Selected AppleSeed public testers are being contacted by Apple via email and being offered the opportunity to download and test a new beta seed of iCloud for Windows, which was announced earlier this summer at Apple's Worldwide Developers' Conference. Candidates need to have a PC running Windows 7 or later, and will gain access to the forthcoming advanced features of iCloud such as iCloud Drive and iCloud Photo Library.
Previously, testing on these features had been limited to developers only. Due to the requirements, Apple is likely to limit the number of AppleSeed testers who can participate, reports MacRumors.
"If you do not have a PC running Windows 7 or later, or are not interested in joining the program, no further action is required -- please simply ignore this email," the company wrote. Recipients of the email must reply back to get further instructions on how to download and install the iCloud for Windows beta.