iCloud.com Redesign Goes Live Ahead Of iOS 7 Launch Tomorrow [Gallery]


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If you head over to iCloud.com, you’ll notice that it has been completely redesigned to match the look and feel of iOS 7. The new iCloud website has been in beta all summer, and Apple has made it publicly available on the eve of tomorrow’s iOS 7 launch.

The web versions of Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Notes, Reminders, Find My iPhone, have all been revamped to match their iOS 7 counterparts, and the iWork suite is also available. Apple demoed the web versions of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote at WWDC in June. 

You can login with your Apple ID and see all of the changes for yourself, but we’ve included some screenshots below. iWork for iCloud has yet to receive a redesign, and Apple notes that the service is in beta.

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There’s a handy interface for switching between web apps:

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  • JoeSiegler

    It’s just a coat of paint. I was HOPING that in the calendar, you could subscribe to other calenders finally. But NO. Still the same problem there.

    And that coat of paint. REALLY bloody bright. Good Lord, I wish there was a way to make it darker.

  • klue211

    where is imessage?

  • Jason Bartlett

    It’s very boring looking. I hope it looks better in iOS. And I hope they make it a little more cheery if this is the direction they’re going with OSX.