Now apps are shown as widget-style tiles rather than icons on Apple’s revised iCloud website. Although many people are accustomed to accessing iCloud via native apps on iPhones, iPads, or Macs, this is a nice change for those who use the website to view images, documents, notes, and reminders quickly.
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It’s also great for those who work on a different computer or own both an iPhone and a Windows laptop. Notes can be accessed and edited from a computer without installing any apps.
Since beta-testing began a few weeks ago, the company is now rolling out the new design to all customers. In the new iCloud design, known as “app tiles,” recently accessed items such as reminders, notes, documents, pages, and photos are displayed instead of app icons. It allows instant access to several programs through the launcher tile.
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With the plus sign in the header, you can create new documents, notes, presentations, and spreadsheets.
Use the grid icon at the top of the screen to open apps. This page also allows you to adjust plan settings and storage. Templates on the website can be modified. Similar to iOS devices, the widgets jiggle when you select “Customize” so they can be relocated or removed.