Apple has taken the wraps off a redesign of the iCloud.com site, bringing it into line with the look of iOS 7.
iCloud app icons have been treated to Apple's iOS 7-inspired flat look and feel, and sit atop an animated background of blurred floating bubbles. Meanwhile, the interfaces in Apple's core apps — such as Calendar, Find my iPhone, Mail, and Notes — have also been modernised.
The website hosts free beta versions of Apple's browser-based iWork suite, including Pages, Numbers and Keynote — although the icons for those remain the same as the OS X version. It's not clear whether its answer to Google Apps and Office 365 will remain free after it moves out of beta, but Apple is offering.
Another change introduced is a shortcut (pictured below) to the home screen in the top left corner of the page within the apps.
The site debuted just ahead of the release of iOS 7 on Wednesday. Among theare additional mobile device management capabilities, and support for the .