Redesigned iCloud.com site goes live with iOS 7 inspiration

After having been in beta for the past little while, the newly redesigned iCloud.com website has gone live ahead of the iOS 7 launch. Anyone logging into it for the first time will instantly notice the redesign itself takes a lot of its inspiration from iOS 7, creating a simpler and more refined user interface.

In addition to the overall general iOS 7 look, the new site also includes updated versions of Mail, Calendar, Notes, Reminders and Find My iPhone that fall in line with iOS 7. You'll also find available versions of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote available as part of the iWork for iCloud productivity suite.

If you've not signed into the service as of yet and had a look, now would be a good time to check it out. Additionally, you can also jump below and check out some of the screenshots we've included in our gallery.

Source: iCloud.com

Chris Parsons

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Looks awful... Another nail in the coffin for my decision to go no where near iOS7.

Calendar now looks unusable as it used to be easy to glance at a month and see everything clearly. Now it's just a mess on a screen that you can't actually use.

FAIL...

Gaphical changes are always subjective. I personally prefer a muted look over the neon colors. I also preferred the old shine look to the new gradient look. I'm glad that people can upgrade the look, I just wish I could keep the old one and not have to stay on an old OS.