Did you know you can now use iWork online on a Windows, Chrome OS, or Linux computer at iCloud.com? This means that you can now use iWork online, including the Pages, Numbers, and Keynote apps, on pretty much any device. Also, your friends with a Mac or iPad can share documents online with you, and you can edit them too. Plus you’ll get 1 GB of storage for your documents on iCloud. You don’t need an iPhone, iPod, iPad, Mac, or any other Apple device to edit iWork files online. You just need an email address to create an Apple ID on iCloud. Here are some screenshots and an overview of using Apple’s iWork on iCloud.
Sign Up at iCloud.com
You’ll need to use a valid email address and verify the email address. Apple will send you a verification code to the email address you use.
You can create and edit documents using Pages online. Pages uses a formatting panel along the right side of the screen, and is very easy to use.
You can share a file so anyone can edit it online with iWork on iCloud, just like Google Docs online or Microsoft Office online. People who have Apple devices can share and edit documents with people who sign up on iCloud to edit iWork documents online.
Pages can download a copy of a document as Word, PDF, or Epub so you can send a copy to your friends or coworkers. Numbers can download or export to Excel, PDF, or CSV. Keynote can download or export as Powerpoint or PDF.
You can create and edit tables and data using Numbers, similar to Excel.
You can create and edit presentations using Keynote online.
Storage and Settings
You get 1 GB of free storage on iCloud. You can even sync iCloud to Windows computers if you download iCloud for Windows. However, you won’t be able to edit Pages, Numbers, or Keynote files offline on a Windows computer, without accessing iCloud in a browser.