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This article was published on May 11, 2012


Apple appears to be close to bringing Notes and Reminders to the web via iCloud

Apple appears to be close to bringing Notes and Reminders to the web via iCloud
Drew Olanoff
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Apple’s cloud offering, dubbed iCloud, gives you the handy ability to check your calendar, email, contacts, and iWork documents from the web. According to Macstories, it’s set to add reminders and notes into the mix.

With the addition of being able to send your notes and reminders to iCloud in Apple’s latest OS, Mountain Lion, it makes complete sense that those options would eventually become available on the web. A screenshot was captured by Macstories of http://beta.icloud.com, which has now been taken down. It shows a Notes icon in the background:

Here’s what the iCloud.com page looks like now:

The early leak of the page is probably just an accident, but could mean that Mountain Lion is closer to coming out of developer preview mode to make its way to consumers.

My experience with Mountain Lion thus far has been extremely seamless and I’m enjoying all of its new features, especially the notifications it provides me.

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