One step closer to iCloud: Apple releases iCloud-enabled Safari to developers

iCloud, Apple’s behind the scenes cloud offering, is still only partially available for most Lion users, but Apple’s still working hard on getting the technology ready for the masses. Last night Apple released a Safari update (5.1.1) to developers that includes support for syncing your Bookmarks and Reading List entries between Macs and iOS devices.

While it’s not available for the average consumer just yet, it certainly shows that Apple’s well on track for releasing iCloud, in full, in short order.

If you have a developer account, you can now find the downloads through the iCloud section on the Dev Center.

We’re pretty excited about iCloud, and we’re assuming there’s going to be a lot tighter integration to applications both from Apple and others as we get closer to its release. Remember how difficult it is to sync stuff between your Macs? iCloud could certainly solve that problem.

Source: AppAdvice
Via: Cult of Mac

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