Apple’s iCloud.com web interface beta for developers is now live. The newly lauched beta website features all new web apps for Mail, Calendar, Contacts, and more.
In addition, it appears that iCloud.com will offer a portal for users to view their iWork documents that are stored in the cloud via iCloud. On top of all of this Find my iPhone is an integrated web application.
As you will see, the interface for the website is very iPad and iOS-like. We also have a video walkthrough after the break.
The new 404 page:
iCloud’s Mail application:
iCloud’s Calendar application:
iCloud’s Contacts application:
iCloud iOS-like application switcher:
In a news releated to iCloud.com, Apple has revealed the price points for extra iCloud storage for end users. As you can see in the screenshot below, iCloud will come with 5GB of free storage, as previously noted by Apple. But users will be able to upgrade their account to up to an extra 50GB. iCloud.com storage can be purchased through iOS 5′s settings application by end users.
The best part about iCloud storage is that your Photo Stream images – which stay in the cloud for 30 days – don’t count against your tally.
Here’s the UK pricing for iCloud: