Apple has completely redesigned iCloud.com, adding widget-like tiles that make the site appear and feel much more like an iPad.
The new interface, which is made up of widgets that resemble those seen on your iPhone or iPad, will now display visual information from images, notes, mail, and other sources.
The modification, which was initially reported by MacRumors, is noteworthy. The previous version of the site was, to put it mildly, primitive, with only a few icons referring to their individual web applications. The new UX provides a much cleaner and more attractive home screen that you can customize by adding or deleting tiles that display your most recent photographs, emails, documents, calendar events, notes, and other information.
However, nothing really changes in terms of functioning. You’ll still have to go inside the corresponding web applications to accomplish anything, like with most iOS widgets. The applications that the majority of us use on a regular basis, like as Pages, Numbers, and keynote, will continue to be updated at their own pace.
However, it is a welcome update that repositions iCloud.com as an integral part of the Apple experience across all of your devices.