Leaks first appeared in May that Apple was planning to add web versions of the Reminders and Notes iOS apps to iCloud.com for access from desktop Macs and PCs.
The iCloud Beta portal has since been activated for developers enrolled the iOS 6 beta at beta.icloud.com. The site displays "Beta" tags on Calendar, Find My iPhone, Notes, and Reminders -- the last two being new additions to iCloud.
A beta version of iCloud for developers has tech enthusiasts looking to iOS 6, the newest version of Apple’s mobile operating system for the iPhone, iPod and iPad. “Apple is preparing to add Notes and Reminders to iCloud.com, as evi... Read Post
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Apple has added the web versions of Reminders and Notes to the public iCloud.com website for access from desktop Macs and PCs. These web apps have been live for developers in beta for several months. Notes is a fairly faithful repro... Read Post