Apple has given iCloud.com a major redesign, adding widget-like tiles that make the site look and feel a lot more like an iPad.
The new layout, built out of widgets that look a lot like what you can now find on your iPhone or iPad, will now show you visual information from photos, notes, mail, and more.
The change, first reported by MacRumors, is significant. The previous version of the site was basic, to say the least, with only a few icons linking to their respective web apps. The new UX offers a much nicer and more pleasant home screen that you can customize, adding or removing tiles that can show your most recent photos, emails, documents, calendar events, notes, and more.
In terms of functionality, however, nothing really changes. Like with most iOS widgets, you will still have to jump into the respective web apps if you want to do anything. The apps that most of us do use regularly, such as Pages, Numbers, or Keynote, will continue to be updated at their own cadence.
That being said, it is a welcome redesign that repositions iCloud.com as a full part of the Apple experience across your devices.
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