“Any user who logs in to iCloud.com will find browser-based beta versions of Pages, Numbers and Keynote — Apple’s iWork suite — are now available to test,” AppleInsider reports.
“Any user with an Apple ID who logs into the iCloud.com website should have access to Pages, Numbers and Keynote,” AppleInsider reports. “The iWork apps join Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Notes, Reminders, and Find My iPhone as free cloud-based offerings from Apple.”
AppleInsider reports, “The service was first announced at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in June, and works with Safari, Chrome and Internet Explorer.”
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