Apple Pulling the Plug on iWork.com July 31
Apple has notified users of its iWork.com cloud-based file storage system that the service will be discontinued on July 31 of this year. Apple says that the users should download their documents before July 31 in order to prevent losing access to them. Apple hopes that iWork.com users will transition to its iCloud service instead.
Apple Adds Realtime Collaboration to iWork
Apple today demonstrated how users of its iWork productivity suite will be able to collaborate on documents in real time. The capability will work across Apple devices, including the iPhone, iPad, and Mac computers, as well as the web.
iPhone Users Can Now Store Office Documents In iCloud
Microsoft today announced several new features for its Office suite of productivity apps. First and foremost, third-party cloud providers can now integrate their own services into the "locations picker" in the iOS Office apps.
Apple Releases Apple Music for Android
Apple today published a beta version of Apple Music in the Google Play Store. The app offers owners of Android handsets Apple's monthly music service.
Apple Adds 2TB Tier to iCloud Storage
Apple has doubled the maximum amount of iCloud storage people can subscribe to. The new tier provides up to 2TB for $19.99.