Apple has taken another step toward turning iWork into a service anyone can take advantage of, similar to Google’s web-based productivity suite. The company made its iWork for iCloud apps available to anyone, regardless of whether or not they have any Apple hardware, so long as they have or sign up for an Apple ID. So far, that’s only available via the public iCloud Beta, but presumably if all goes well with the test that will roll out to the standard version of iCloud after that.
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- Apple Makes iWork Web Beta Available Free For Anyone With An Apple ID (techcrunch.com)
- Apple iWork goes cross-platform (trustedreviews.com)
- iWork for all! Apple opens up iCloud website to everyone (cultofmac.com)
- Anyone can Now use Apple iWork for iCloud for Free (techpp.com)
- iWork for iCloud Beta Available for Everyone, No Need to Own an Apple Device (macstories.net)
- iWork for iCloud now available to users who don’t own Apple hardware (appleinsider.com)