Apple Begins Sending Invites for iWork for iCloud to Non-developers for Testing
Apple introduced iWork for iCloud
at WWDC 2013 just last month and showed off just some of its features. iWork for iCloud has been in beta testing
since then for developers and Apple employees only.
Until now that is…
Reports are surfacing that Apple is beginning to send invites to non-developers to test iWork for iCloud in its beta stages ahead of the public release that is expected to be this Fall. The invite Apple sends lets users know that they are an important part of the testing process for these applications, as it's the users that will get to use the software in the end.
iWork for iCloud offers iWork features right from a Web browser on nearly any personal computer, including those running Windows; iWork was a Mac-only tool before iWork for iCloud. iWork for iCloud also makes it possible for users to take advantage of iWork tools on public machines without having to install software on them and is compatible with Microsoft Office files, so it is expected to be a great tool for school students.
When officially released to the public, iWork for iCloud will be accessible in any of the following Web browsers: Safari, Google Chrome, or Internet Explorer.