Apple Starts Sending iWork For iCloud Beta Invites To The Public

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Registered developers have been testing the iWork for iCloud beta since Apple announced it at WWDC, but it appears Apple is now opening testing up to the general public. Many iCloud users who aren’t registered with the company’s developer program have received invitations to get involved.

Not all iCloud users have been invited yet, and it’s unclear how Apple is handling the rollout. But we presume it’ll gradually open it up to everyone as the weeks go on — before the service launches properly this fall. If you haven’t yet received an invite, then, don’t worry; you should get one soon.

Once you have it, you can log into iCloud.com and you’ll find the Pages, Numbers, and Keynotes web apps there for testing. Of course, they’re available on both Mac and PC, opening the iWork productivity suite up to Windows users for the first time.

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  • Jonathan Ober

    I am in the icloud beta club. I got mine yesterday. Works flawlessly so far. Also the fullscreen implementation is better than in the native app in my opinion for using the panels to make edits, etc.

  • joewaylo

    Guess it won’t hit me until tomorrow. They must be going in alphabetic or customer number.

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