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Depending on the app that you're using, you can share almost anything. The default options are iMessage and your email. But photos will use Flickr, videos will use Vimeo, and almost anything else can be uploaded to Facebook and Twitter. Also, you can copy files and move them about, as well as print them with AirPort-compatible devices.
Reminders has been overhauled. With the same feature base as before — including geofencing — the style of the app has changed. Apple has begun to take advantage of text, rather than imagery. On this page, there's almost no graphics except for text. Even the priority buttons are exclamation points.
A little clunky at this stage
But the overall design of the app is clunky and difficult to understand. With different colors for different things, Apple doesn't explain what these are for. It's not clear exactly which lists go where, either. It's an overall confusing experience, which seems to dip further below the quality of its predecessor in iOS 6. Of course, iOS 7 is still in beta and is subject to change over time.