A Look At iCloud.com’s Upcoming Design Changes And New Reminders App

It looks like Apple is going to bring a major redesign to the iCloud website as the company has recently updated beta.icloud.com with a new look for the login and home page. However changes made to the beta website are not limited to design only, as the company has once again added the Reminders web application to beta iCloud website.

Let’s talk about the home page/launchpad first. Apple has given the iCloud a new look after many years, and has redesigned the layout for the first time since the website’s first launch. In the new design app icons for Mail, Calendar, Reminders, Notes, Find iPhone etc appear much smaller. The launchpad screen also shows user’s profile picture. This is the same picture that users can set as their iMessage display photo by following these steps.

The new beta website also features the Reminders app. The new web app features the minimalistic design that is inspired by iOS 13’s new Reminders application. In the app you can access your Reminders list on the left pane while the Reminders appear on the right side.

There’s also a ‘New Reminder’ button that can be used to add new entries to reminders. The return of Reminders web app to beta.icloud.com means the app will soon be making its way to the main website in the coming weeks. Currently when you access the main iCloud.com website you see the Reminders app icon however it displays the ‘Coming Soon’ tagline below its icon.

You can try out the new iCloud website design and the Reminders web app by accessing the beta iCloud beta. Accessing the beta website is quite easy, just open beta.icloud.com in your web browser and sign in with your Apple ID.

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