It was in May when the leaks pertaining to Reminders and Notes first appeared, suggesting that Apple was planning to add the same to its iCloud.com so as to enable its users access the same from their Macs or PCs.
Since then, developers have been given access to iCloud Beta portal at beta.icloud.com, which have been activated specially for its iOS 6 beta enrolled developers. Apart from the display of Beta tags depicted on the site pertaining to Find My iPhone and Calendar, the site has made a new addition of Notes, and Reminders as its new addition to iCloud. One can also find the web version of Find My iPhone to have been revamped, rendering it a polish with the inclusion of battery status icon as one of its new feature.
This unique app gives its users opportunity to estimate as to how long they would take to find their lost device. This add-on iOS feature certainly is a divine app for users with lost gadgets. On the other hand, Notes app acts as a old wine in a new bottle, however efficiently. As such, Notes is a replica of notepad on the iPhone. With this app, users could edit, delete, add, and also update notes on iOS devices, all in near real time! Although there are no notable changes made to its prevailing Calendar app, the Reminder app has been given a fresh identity of its own.
By making certain revamping with add-on’s and restructuring of apps in its iOS integration, Apple strives to increase its customer delight. Currently with more than 125 million iCloud users, it cannot be questioned as to why Apple is taking efforts on its iCloud deliverable both on the iOS and the Web. With the launch of iOS 6, new iCloud apps are surely expected to pour in very soon.
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