Apple rolled out an update for its iCloud website ahead of Wednesday's official launch of iOS 7. The site refresh brings iOS 7's look and feel to the web-based versions of Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Notes, Reminders, and Find My iPhone.
iCloud's new look is very much iOS 7
iCloud users can try out the betas of the Web-based versions of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote, too. Moving between iCloud apps is easy thanks to a dropdown menu with icons for each -- it's in the upper left corner next to the active app's name.
iCloud is Apple's online service for syncing documents, photos, music, and other content between devices, sharing content with other people, backing up your files and tracking your Apple gear if it's lost or stolen.
You can use iCloud for free, but for users that need more than the base 5GB of storage they can purchase an additional 20GB for US$40 a year, or 50GB for $100 a year.