Apple Updates with Better Interface for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad

MacRumors reports on an email being sent to users of Apple's document sharing site that outlines a few updates to the service, including one for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad:

Refined user interface. A redesigned Sign In and Shared Documents page for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch makes it easy to access your documents while on the go. The new interface and improved scrolling help you find your shared documents faster. Visit from your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch to view your shared documents. has been in beta since it was introduced at Macworld 2009 and it's still unclear exactly how much effort Apple is putting into it compared to say iWork touch recently unveiled for the iPad, and whether or not Apple will ever release full-on Web App versions of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote to compete with Google Docs and Microsoft's new Office 2010 Online.

If you use, let us know what you think of the changes.

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