Apple has launched the new official version of iCloud.com — its web portal for cloud services — to all users, reports 9to5Mac. The site features versions of its Mail, Contacts and Calendar and Find my iPhone apps that were previously available through the MobileMe service, as well as new apps like Notes, Reminders and iWork. The site was previously available in beta form, but the wrapping has come off and it should be available to everyone now. At this point, it only seems to be available on desktop, not on iPad. Read the full story at The Next Web.

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