Apple has expanded beta testing of its upcoming iWork for iCloud service to all Apple employees, according to an email sent to employees. Since the mid-June WWDC conference, iWork for iCloud beta testing has been limited to members of Apple’s developer program. Apple says that employees can use iWork for iCloud on their personal computers.

iWork has always been the best way to be productive on the Mac. And iWork for iOS makes it easy to create beautiful documents on iPad and iPhone. Now with iWork for iCloud we’re bringing Pages, Numbers, and Keynote to the web — so you can access your documents anywhere from a Mac or PC browser.  iWork for iCloud beta is currently limited to Apple Developer Program members, but we’d also like to make this service available to Apple employees for personal use. To enable the beta in your iCloud account, just click Get Started and follow the steps outlined.

iWork for iCloud is a Google Docs-like service that allows Pages, Keynote, and Numbers users to create, edit, and view documents, presentations, and spreadsheets via iCloud.com on a Mac or PC web browser. The functionality will officially roll out to the general public this fall. Last week, Apple expanded OS X Mavericks testing to Apple Retail employees.


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