iOS 9 brought along a new version of the Notes app with a bunch of new features. However, oddly, if you start using it, you can’t sync your notes that use those new features with OS X unless you’re on the El Capitan beta. For now, you can use iCloud.com though. Read more...
Apple's dedicated iCloud Drive iOS app for managing cloud assets, introduced with the first developer iOS 9 beta in June, is being advertised as ready to install on public beta builds released on Thursday.
Craig Hockenberry on the various ways Apple treats the Mac App Store as a second-class citizen to the iOS App Store: no TestFlight (which means no testing betas against production iCloud servers), no analytics, and, just to rub saltShow More Summary
As you may have heard, Apple released the public beta for OS X El Capitan yesterday. Since I tend to ignore the risks of beta software in favor of all the new features, I downloaded it on my mid-2011 MacBook Air. … Read more ›
Apple has upgraded the version of its Notes app on iCloud.com this week to the much more capable version shown off on Monday at WWDC. The beta version of Notes is available specifically for iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 El Capitan testers. Users logging in with accounts not using the new beta operating systems will not […]
Apple has released a new beta version of iCloud for Windows to AppleSeed testers. First launched in September 2014, iCloud for Windows enables users to get their iCloud Drive content on their Windows desktop. Users also have access to their iCloud Photo Stream and Photo Sharing. Show More Summary
Apple has released an update to its iCloud for Windows beta, the service that lets Windows users access files and photos stored in iCloud and Apple’s new iCloud Drive feature. Back in September, Apple opened up its new iCloud Drive feature, which later debuted with OS X Yosemite on the Mac, to Windows users through the […]
Apple has publicly released iOS 8.3, noting more than 50 new fixes and improvements across areas such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, Messages, CarPlay, Family Sharing, Accessibility, Enterprise features, orientation and rotation features, and more. Show More Summary
The great thing about all your pictures and videos being online is that sometimes all your pictures and videos are online... iCloud Photo Library, currently in beta, makes sure all the pictures and videos of all the people and places...Show More Summary
iCloud Photo Library — currently in beta — was designed to keep all your personal photos and videos safe, synced, and available on all of your devices. That sounds simple, but the idea of a hybrid library, where our content seamlessly...Show More Summary
I believe this product is only available as a Public Beta for which I am a tester. Despite my very limited use of beta-products, the OS X betas after the retail release have been very stable. I have only had 2-3 issues for which I filed RADARs on and those issues were fixed in a […]
Following a short beta testing period, Apple's iCloud.com website has been updated to make its iWork suite of apps accessible to all users, even those without an Apple device. As of today, anyone can sign up for an Apple ID to access Pages, Numbers, and Keynote for free. Show More Summary
A couple of weeks ago, we noticed Apple’s beta iCloud site was allowing anyone to sign up for the company’s productivity suite on the Web – no Apple device required. If you tried to sign up via the standard iCloud site, however, you’d be presented with an error. Show More Summary
Apple is now letting anyone create a free Apple ID on the public iCloud website and use Pages, Keynote, and Numbers for free. This comes just two weeks after the initiative was rolled out on the iCloud beta website. To get started, users can visit iCloud.com and create an Apple ID. Show More Summary
Apple on Thursday removed the beta tag from its Apple ID creation tool, granting anyone, on any platform access to access to the iWork for iCloud Web-based productivity suite.
Apple moved its web-based versions of its iWork office suite, including Pages, Numbers, and Keynote out of iCloud's beta site and onto iCloud.com on Thursday. The web versions are free, and…
Apple has added the web-based iWork, which works for anyone with an Apple ID for free on most modern browsers, to the main iCloud.com website. The previously beta-only iCloud offering makes Apple’s productivity suite accessible to anyone...Show More Summary
Apple has opened up the web-based version of iWork to everyone—even if you don't own an Apple device. Sign up through the iCloud beta [via TechCrunch] Read more...
If you’ve ever been curious about Apple’s alternative to Office Online and Google Docs, but don’t own an Apple product, you may be in luck. The company is now allowing anyone to sign up for a beta version of iWork for iCloud – no Apple device required. Show More Summary
If you’ve been interested in trying out Apple’s iWork suite of productivity apps for yourself, but don’t have an Apple device to try them on, great news: anyone can now create an Apple ID and sign into the iCloud Beta … Read more ›