Updated: MobileMe WebApp Gets New Front Page Look

Updated: Apple's MobileMe News talks updates:

We've recently made improvements to the MobileMe web applications, including performance enhancements for MobileMe Calendar. In addition the MobileMe login page now also includes news information. See this support article for additional details.

Fiendmish in the comments also points us to Apple's Knowledge Base article on the subject. Thanks!

Original: Login to MobileMe's WebApp yet today? Well if you have, you've seen what we've seen -- Apple put a fresh coat of paint to the front login page, shuffling the big icons off to the side and clearing some space for a little marketing front and center.

I like the new look, but I can't tell yet if there's anything changed under the covers? File sharing was the last update, anyone see anything else?

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There are 8 comments. Add yours.

Fender Doc says:

Mobile Me is very slow today with the new Web interface. Also, it is very slow to up-date my iPhone and Outlook. Before today, I rarely had and problems with this. Hopefully, it is just growing pains of the updated site.

Chobbs says:

yeah!! I have never had problems with mobile me before today. Hope it gets the bugs out soon! I tried to load my calender and it just said "loading" for half an hour. Don't know if it ever came up??? And some of my catagories aren't showing up in the phone calender. Ouch.

el Moe says:

Have any of you even tried mobileme on firefox? IT'S TERRIBLE!!!! It throws away emails in the middle of writing them, has constant error, is always reloading the inbox, and APPLE IS CLUELESS, they have no answer. Mobileme may work fine on iPhones, but on MacPros and MacBook Pros, it is nothing but a nuisance.

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