Apple Extends iWork for iCloud Beta To More Users; Firefox Still Not Supported


iWork for iCloud beta
Apple has begun sending out more invites for the iWork for iCloud beta program yesterday, issuing invites to those who hold both paid and free Developer accounts (via TNW). Following the announcement of the new service last month, Apple immediately opened up beta access to paid up members of the Apple Developer program. However, the most recent batch of invites have gone out to those with free Developer accounts, such as those with expired program membership, or individuals who have taken part in the Apple Customer Seeding Program.

The invites come in the form of an e-mail asking users to take part in the trial by signing into iCloud through the address beta.icloud.com.

Notably Apple has still not included support for the Firefox browser in their iWork for iCloud service, something we spotted after the iWork for iCloud announcement.  Only Safari, Chrome and Internet Explorer are supported.

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  • jameskatt

    Perhaps Firefox is deficient in some way? Safari and Chrome use webkit as their basis, so supporting them is fairly easy. Internet Explorer is important since it is Microsoft’s baby and is used in most PCs. Maybe Apple will include Firefox once everything is said and done unless something is seriously deficient in Firefox.