Apple launched the beta of iWork for iCloud at its WWDC 2013 conference in June, but at the time the suite was only available to registered developers. Since then, Apple has been welcoming in batches many non-developers to use the new service. Last Friday, however, Apple opened up the beta of iWork for iCloud to anyone who might wish to use it. As 9to5Mac reports, the service has seemingly seen an “overwhelming response” and access has been limited due to this.
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In the meantime, you can continue to store your spreadsheets in iCloud.
The apps that make up iWork have long been a very popular part of Apple’s productivity line-up, and iWork for iCloud intends to bring this software to the cloud for document editing via any of the most popular browsers. the expected launch for the service is expected this fall.