Apple’s iCloud Beta website, yesterday, gave us some glimpse over significant updates to its new service. The Apple iCloud service, which is due to release later this year, will introduce a range of new features. Read on for more…
MacRumors reports that Apple has activated the iCloud Beta portal for developers testing iOS 6, with new web apps appearing on the site.
The new beta marked features including Notes and Reminders are available in iCloud on the web, alongside new versions of existing apps like Calendar and Find My iPhone.
The all web apps are available for all registered developers. All apps work exactly like their iOS counterparts, however.
Also featuring vice versa feature, the service will immediately show up the content in the Notes app on your iPad or iPhone, anything you type.
Find My iPhone web app now will indicate the battery icon in the top right that will give iDevice owner an idea of how long devices will stay alive.
If you’re willing to get these new web apps on a wide basis and sync them seamlessly, you may have to wait a bit longer till new Apple’s iOS debuts. Stay tuned for more on the matter.