It has been reported over the last couple of days that Apple is sending out iWork iCloud beta invitations to a larger audience which includes iCloud users that are not developers, suggesting that the iWork iCloud service is edging closer to an official launch.
The emails Apple is sending out for its iWork iCloud service ask beta users to provide as much feedback as they can regards the service and any issues, bugs or tweaks that might still need to be fixed or carried out.
The Apple iWork iCloud service in its beta format doesn’t include all the features that will be available once the service officially launches, such as printing so its not a fully functioning service at the current time.
The email sent out by Apple reads:
We’ll soon be introducing a new and exciting feature to iCloud. It’s called iWork for iCloud and it’s a suite of apps — Pages, Numbers, and Keynote — that make it easy for anyone with an iCloud account to create and edit great-looking documents, spreadsheets, and presentations right on the web.
We’d like to invite you to be one of the first to try it, so we’re giving you early access to the iWork for iCloud beta. All you have to do is sign in to iCloud on a Mac or a PC using the current version of Safari, Chrome, or Internet Explorer. Then just click on Pages, Numbers, or Keynote and you’re off.
We’re really proud of these apps and we’d appreciate your help in making them as great as they can possibly be. So we’d love to hear your feedback as you use them.
Sign in to iCloud.com to get started with iWork for iCloud today.
The iWork Team