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 ›
Add another option to the freely available online productivity software suites: Anyone can sign up for and use Apple's iWork for iCloud, even if they don't have a Mac or iOS…
Apple has opened up its iWork for iCloud beta, allowing any user to create a new Apple ID and use the service, regardless of whether they are an iOS or Mac user or not. Although the feature is only available on the beta iCloud site,Show More Summary
Apple has taken another step toward turning iWork into a service anyone can take advantage of, similar to Google’s web-based productivity suite. The company made its iWork for iCloud apps available to anyone, regardless of whether or not they have any Apple hardware, so long as they have or sign up for an Apple ID. Show More Summary
Apple on Thursday made Pages, Numbers and Keynote accessible to users without an Apple device through iCloud Beta. Starting last night, anyone can sign up for an Apple ID to access the trio of iWork for iCloud beta apps for free. Each...Show More Summary
Good news for people wanting to use Apple's productivity software: starting tonight, anyone, with or without a Mac or iOS device, will be able to create an Apple ID and sign in to the iCloud beta website to start using Pages, Numbers, and Keynote for free. Show More Summary
Our long national iCloud photo-syncing nightmare is almost over: Apple's put out some new information about Photos for Mac, OS X Yosemite's official successor to iPhoto, and released an early private beta inside OS X 10.10.3 for developers. Show More Summary
Apple's first beta of the new Photos application for OS X showcases a sleek, uncluttered interface that will instantly feel natural to anyone who has used the modern Photos app for iPhone and iPad, bringing welcome features and strong iCloud integration to the desktop.
Apple is rolling out the first pre-release seed of OS X 10.10.3 to testers and developers today including the all-new Photos app with support for iCloud Photo Library beta. The new Photos app replaces iPhoto while Aperture is no longer being developed either. We’ll update coverage with our hands-on with the new release.Filed under: AAPL […]
Apple today released OS X Yosemite 10.10.2, marking the second update the operating system has received since its October release. Testing for OS X 10.10.2 began in late November, with Apple seeding six betas to developers before releasing...Show More Summary
Apple added a few new features to Photos beta in a recent update to its iCloud.com Internet hub, bringing manual image zoom controls and email capabilities to the iOS-connected Web app.