by Joe White
June 13, 2013
Moments ago, Apple sent an email out to registered developers announcing that iWork for iCloud beta is now available to access online. Apple's new service was first unveiled at its recent WWDC 2013 keynote, and allows iWork users to edit Pages, Numbers, and Keynote documents in a Web browser, at iCloud.com. While scheduled to launch for the public later this year, Apple recently made a developer-only beta version of iWork for iCloud available. In order to access the beta service, developers must point their Web browser to "beta.icloud.com," and sign in with their developer Apple ID. Though from what we understand, as of this moment not all devs are able to access the new service. If you're a registered developer, how do you like iWork for iCloud? For more WWDC 2013 related news, see: WWDC Attendees Invited To A Vampire Weekend Bash, Wall Street Unimpressed With Apple's WWDC Keynote, iOS 7, and Meet Apple's "Rising Star," Head Of Software Craig Federighi.