Monday, March 2, 2015

iCloud Website Supports Numbers, Pages, Keynote without iPhone and iPad

Apple created iCloud website for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users who can do different things using their account. Then it offered special iCloud website update that brings Numbers, Pages and Keynote options to everyone, even users who don’t have an iOS gadget.


The changes to the iCloud.com site which existed in its beta version were applied in the middle of February. The Cupertino company has now released iCloud Pages, Numbers, Keynote options beyond beta and all these features are finally available to public, to every user who has no Apple smartphone or tablet.

Anyone who wishes to use iCloud site can get 1GB of free cloud storage space [here is how you can access iCloud.com without an iPhone]. Users who have an iCloud account get more than this. They are able to enjoy up to 5GB of storage at no cost.

Applications that are available to users [Pages, Numbers and Keynote] get ‘beta’ tag near their icon so they are all released in beta stages. But this is ok as the California-based tech giant is testing them and probably seeking to attract new customers and subscribers in the future.

P.S. You might like to learn how to unlock iCloud DNS with ease and enjoy some features even if your iDevice is locked.

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