Move over iCloud, there’s a new app in town. Younity, a personal cloud service, launched a public beta today of its mobile app that enables iPhone and iPad users to access data seamlessly from Mac OS X or Windows PCs. The premise is fairly simple: Download Younity on your Mac OS X or Windows computer and set up an account. Show More Summary
As one of the many people who purchased a MobileMe subscription in years past, you've probably already made the transition to iCloud and haven't looked back. In July of 2012, Apple noted during iOS 6 beta testing that new icloud.com addresses would be created for anyone using Apple's cloud computing solution as well as former MobileMe members. Show More Summary
With the release of iOS 6 Beta 3 back in July, Apple already started rolling out its new @iCloud email addresses starting with users creating new Apple IDs or enabling mail on iCloud for the first time. Since, Apple has started rolling out @iCloud addresses to existing @me.com and @mac.com users, reserving users the same [...]
Apple's iCloud Web portal has been in Beta for quite some time, but it appears users can finally utilize the iCloud web client service. When users log into the service they will have the ability to easily share and sync content across multiple devices, including for two new features: Notes and Reminders.
iOS-style Notes, Reminders, and banner notifications are now live... IN SPACE! Well, sort of. The web app versions are now out of beta and available to one and all via iCloud.com. Even though Notes, Reminders, and Notification Center are all available already on iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Mac, it's nice to have iCloud.com as a backup option. Show More Summary
Looks like iCloud.com, Apple’s website for its cloud-based computing service, is no longer a beta. In addition to adding the Reminders and Notes apps that sync with iCloud to your iPhone and iPad, iCloud.com has made some improvements to the Find my iPhone app and added VIP mail to the Mail app. Find My iPhone [...]Show More Summary
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 reproduction of the skeuomorphic notepad on the iPhone. Show More Summary
Apple on Thursday rolled out an updated version of its iCloud web client, with Calendar, Notes, Reminders and Find my iPhone all losing the "beta" tag.
Apple’s new iCloud.com web portal has come out of beta. The new website adds iPad-like Reminders and Notes web applications. In addition, the new website adds improvements to Mail such as VIPs. It also includes a revamped Find my iPhone application.
A brief tidbit out of the new 10.8.2 to beta: the iCloud settings of the OS point to upcoming iPhoto and Aperture software updates. With Shared Photo Streams being a tentpole iOS 6 feature, and 10.8.2 not yet supporting the feature, we can only imagine that these updates are to enable Shared Photo Streams on [...]
In the months leading up to this very moment, we've seen Apple introduce a full set of new MacBook Airs and an extremely high-res Pro of its own -- but today the company's taking a slightly different route, shutting down its doc-sharing iWork.com for good. Show More Summary
Apple on Monday seeded new builds of OS X Lion, Lion Server and the Windows-only iCloud Control Panel beta to developers with no known issues.
Today, Apple has seeded a couple new Mac-related betas to registered OS X developers. The first is a new build of the upcoming OS X Lion 10.7.5 release. No known issues are currently present in 10.7.5. Apple asks developers to focus on graphics performance and quality. A server version of the new 10.7.5 beta is [...]
Apple recently released iOS 6 beta 3 and alongside it also introduced iCloud.com email addresses for accounts currently using iCloud. Currently any users who have a email account with Apple under iCloud still have the me.com suffix on their email address.… Continue reading ? Apple’s iOS 6 Beta 3 Brings iCloud.com Email Addresses originally appeared on: Touch Reviews
Today on iMore we're talking me.com to icloud.com email transitions, whether Retina is a deal breaker in the iPad mini, the lack of Office for iPad, and how Marissa Mayer went from Googler #20 to Yahoo CEO #20. This is iMore Today! Subscribe...Show More Summary
What began life as mac.com email address and became me.com with iPhone OS 2 will now be transitioning again, this to time to icloud.com, and reportedly Apple is starting with the just-released iOS 6 beta 3. This according to information obtained by MacRumors. Show More Summary
Alongside the release of iOS 6 beta 3 with support for @icloud.com iCloud Mail domains, Apple has updated its iCloud.com beta website to support the new domain option. Apple marks the updated webmail application with a beta banner. Apple does appear to have rolled out any other changes to the iCloud beta website. It appears that [...]
More 3D city flyovers in maps and @icloud.com email addresses, among other things.
Apple released a new version of iOS 6 beta 3 today, and in the changelog for that release, there's a note that the transition from me.com email addresses to icloud.com email addresses for iCloud users has begun. Users that are signing...Show More Summary
Alongside the various new features seen in Monday's iOS 6 beta 3 release, Apple revealed that new and existing iCloud users will get email addresses ending in "@iCloud.com."