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Ahead of tomorrow’s launch of iOS 7, Apple has taken the wraps off of a brand-new iCloud website. The new website went into beta earlier this year, and it is completely redesigned to match the simpler and more animated aesthetic found in the new iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch operating system.

The new site is includes all-new applications, including redesigned versions of Mail, Calendar, Reminders, Notes, and Find my iPhone. The new website also includes iWork for iCloud, Apple’s new free suite of online productivity apps (Pages, Numbers, and Keynote).

The new website also includes a new way to quickly jump between applications. Thanks, Logan! 

Screenshots of the new apps are below:

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16 Responses to “Apple takes redesigned with iOS 7-like design out of beta”

  1. Wow. This looks nasty. What a downgrade.


  2. No turning back now. Love it or hate it, this is the look and feel for the foreseeable future. It’ll grow on me…


  3. What kills me is if I sync my docs with Pages in iCloud and then later decide not to sync, will it still delete those docs from all my ios devices?

    This is a fatal flaw. Apple needs to give users the choice whether to delete or keep the files.


  4. Edward Katz says:

    It looks so bleached-out and sterile. I miss my old iCloud…


  5. Hamza Sheikh says:

    Redesigned version of iCloud looks way better than the older version. I have tested it on my computer with OS X. I loved the iWork for iCloud service.


  6. And these are the “flat, minimal, colorful” icons for iWork apps?

    I love them, but don’t fit others…


  7. It is terrible. TERRIBLE! The icons are point blank UGLY. Where is all the homy aestetics gone? I loved my iCalendar looked like a leather book – now all I get is nasty android-like sh*t. :PPP


  8. It’s strange to be living in a future when Apple has lost their skill with graphics design… this stuff is just nasty….


  9. Tony Beyer says:

    The new icloud apps are a real downgrade. I can not believe that apple is copying Android and MS!



  10. Read Schusky says:

    What idiot decided people don’t need to skip from September to February in a calendar?


  11. Steve Ayres says:

    Apple… MISTAKE! Look at the calendar. Do you realize that you made the web calendar impossible to read at a glance?

    Please fix this.

    By the end of the day.


  12. This upgrade, especially with reminders is the worst thing that apple has done so far. No more calendar option to add reminders, no more list with just that day’s reminders, they’ve reduced the color options to 7 instead of the extended options that they had. Now I have all of my reminders until the end of reminder time listed on one page. If I wanted to look at all of them I would have put them on paper.