In May, Apple briefly unveiled its beta version of the iCloud website. It was quickly taken down, but now it has re-appeared, notably featuring its Notes and Reminders apps.
The web-based Notes application allows users to enter and organize notes and then e-mail them with the iCloud e-mail. The Reminders app allows users to add reminders, attach notes to them, and schedule the date and time for alerts.
The web version looks like the iPad version and offers the same functionality with changes synced across all devices.
A developer account is needed to sign into the beta version of the iCloud web portal. Apple has not commented on if/when the site will be available to all; although it may release when iOS 6 debuts early this fall.
by RTT Staff Writer
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