Apple has launched some of its online services including Apple Photos storage and sharing service, reminders and notes and notes creation, in versions that support mobile browsers. So far, these services have only been available as apps for Apple operating systems (iOS and MacOS) and browser-only versions of PCs.
The key innovation is that thanks to the change, Android users can now also enjoy these services, even if versions are not as fast as the original apps and lack some of their features. Because Apple probably won’t be launching dedicated apps for competing operating systems services in the near future (except for the Apple Music service that’s been available for some time), it seems that for users subscribing to these services, they have opted to purchase this Android-based device at this time.
To experiment with the new online versions, the mobile browser must be redirected to icloud.com and enter the relevant user account information. Not much of Apple’s services are still missing, including the Pages and Numbers office apps (equivalent to the Word word processor and Excel spreadsheet), access to Apple’s online mailbox or calendar.