Apple's iWork for iCloud beta trickling out to consumers

The company's platform for accessing iWork content from a Web browser, previously only available to developers, gets into the hands of some regular users.

iWork for iCloud was presented last month at WWDC.
iWork for iCloud was presented last month at WWDC. Screenshot by David Carnoy/CNET

Some iCloud users have been able to get their hands on iWork for iCloud Beta, according to a new report.

iCloud users on Friday started receiving invites to try out iWork for iCloud Beta, Engadget is reporting. The application, which allows for document creation and management in iCloud, was previously only available to developers.

Apple announced iCloud for iWork at the Worldwide Developers Conference in June. The company said that it would make the platform available as a public beta at some point this year. Now that it's starting to seed the platform to some users, it might not be long before it's available publicly.

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