Apple continues to work on improving all of its products and services with the help of its employees. First it was iOS 7, then it was Mavericks’ turn, and now it’s the iWork version for iCloud beta that has been released to all employees so that they can test the services and help the company improve them with their feedback.
We already saw last week how Apple is looking for feedback to improve OS X Mavericks and also how it was looking for feedback from users and employees on iOS 7 beyond the developers to continue working and profiling the new operating system. This time it was iWork’s turn for its iCloud version .
Apple has extended beta testing of the upcoming iWork based on its iCloud service to all employees of the company as reported in an email sent to all employees. Since the 2013 WWDC conference in mid-June, iWork beta testing was limited to members of Apple’s developer program . From now on, employees can also use iWork in iCloud on their personal computers.
In the email sent to workers, it was noted that iWork has always been the best way to be productive on a Mac . iWork for iOS makes it easy to create engaging documents for both iPad and iPhone. Now with iWork for iCloud, applications such as Pages, Numbers, and Keynote are being added to the web version , allowing you to access all your documents anywhere from your PC or Mac browser. From now on, iWork for iCloud beta is not limited to members of Apple’s developer program, but is also made available to Apple employees for their personal use.
For those who don’t know iWork, the cloud version is a service like Google Docs that allows you to create, edit, and view documents, presentations, and spreadsheets in iCloud using your browser on your PC or Mac. This new functionality is expected to be launched officially worldwide this fall .