After activating the modified version of iCloud.com in beta, Apple has now activated the site for all users, allowing them to share documents, spreadsheets, and presentations in real time and collaborate with other users, even if they have access to an Apple device.
In the respective site it is possible to call up mail, contacts, calendars, access to iCloud Drive, notes, reminders, pages, numbers, Keynote and “Find iPhone”, even from a computer and not necessarily from an app
Apple has redesigned the site in question, providing quick access to various apps or features, and options to check your plan and storage usage, or recover data we may have deleted by mistake. From the beta version of the site (it is called beta.icloud.com) it is also possible to customize the home itself, choosing which apps we want to see on our home page.
After the initial testing phase, the new interface is presented by default to all users. We remind you, as always, that even if we don’t have an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Mac, we can use iCloud Drive, Pages, Numbers, Keynote, contacts and notes from the respective location. As mentioned, we can just invite other users from the web to access the file and make changes, without leaving iCloud.
Here you will find our comprehensive article with explanations of how iCloud works and everything you need to know.