Apple Opens iWork for iCloud Beta to All Users

Apple Opens iWork for iCloud Beta to All Users

Apple has opened up the “iWork for iCloud” beta to all users, allowing them the chance to try out browser-based versions of Pages, Numbers and Keynote.



Apple has been gradually rolling out iWork availability, first to developers and then to some select users. But now, as of Friday, any user with an Apple ID who logs into the website should have access to Pages, Numbers and Keynote.

The apps will now be available for all users alongside the usual iCloud apps, which include Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Notes, Reminders, and Find My iPhone. All three iWork apps are labeled “beta,” with a yellow banner in the app icon’s upper left-hand corner.

The service works with Safari, Chrome, and Internet Explorer. Users can access, edit, and save their documents to the cloud.

Still only available to developers: The new look for, inspired by iOS 7, which has icons matching the flattened look of Apple’s iOS 7, still in beta.