“One day after announcing a revamped ‘Find My Phone’ app that now features a ‘lost mode’ to streamline security and recovery options if the iPhone is lost or stolen, Apple has taken the last items on iCloud.com out of beta and the full site is now available to members and new signups,” MacNN reports.
“Features on the site now reflect changes that are part of iOS 6 (to be released on September 19) such as VIP lists for Mail,” MacNN reports. “In addition to the new Notes and Reminders, the iCloud.com site also features a visual representation of documents users have stored using iWork and other third-party apps that support iCloud uploading.”
MacNN reports, “The iCloud service comes with 5GB of storage space and other features provided free, though additional storage is available for an annual fee based on how much the user feels they need. While many services provided by iCloud, including iTunes content, sync data and Photo Stream, do not count against the 5GB total, some things do — including email, documents, iOS device backups and saved app data.
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MacDailyNews Take: If you haven’t already, give iCloud.com a try. It’s very well executed and quite impressive. Delete messages on your Mac desktop in Mail and watch them disappear in iCloud.com’s Mail and vice versa. Add calendar entries in iCloud.com’s calendar and watch them pop up in your OS X Calendar. Seamless, simply and very useful. Very Apple.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]