Aug 26 2013, 2:12pm CDT | by Sumayah Aamir
iWork for iCloud has been announced in June during WWDC event. At then, Apple has given limited access to selected developers for beta version. 9to5Mac reports that Apple 'gradually rolled out access to developers, then Apple employees, then selected non-developers before opening it up to all.' It was just opened up for all on this Friday.
But it looks from huge response that this iWork for iCloud beta version becomes very popular. In fact, tech giant has to make the access limited again due to an unexpected overwhelming response. A sorry message, as shown in above image, is now appearing for new users.
Apple has actually implements its iWork suite for browsers through iWork for iCloud. The iWork suite productivity apps like Pages, Numbers, and Keynote can now be used in different browsers like IE, Safari and Chrome.
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