Apple has opened its iWork for iCloud productivity applications to the public, allowing anyone with an Apple ID to access the beta web-based versions of Pages, Numbers and Keynote.
iWork for iCloud was announced at Apple’s developer conference in June, and has been available for developers since then.
Apple has not said when it will come out of beta.
iWork for iCloud offers web-based versions of Apple’s productivity suite — the Pages word processor, Numbers spreadsheet application, and Keynote presentations app — which have traditionally been available as offline applications on Apple desktop and mobile hardware.
The three new products join a number of others, including Mail, Contacts and Calendar, on Apple iCloud.
The suite works across the Google Chrome and Internet Explorer web browsers, as well as Apple’s Safari.
Apple offers 5GB free storage for iCloud. Pages, Numbers and Keynote each cost $20.99 in the Mac App store and $10.49 each for the mobile versions.