You can access iCloud now on a mobile browser in Android or iOS with support for Photos, Notes, Reminders and other functions.
Apple has finally enabled access to iCloud.com from browsers on iOS and Android. Until now, when accessing iCloud website from an Android or iOS device, it showed an error screen saying that it was not supported.
Now a new homepage appears with access to Photos, Notes, Reminders and Find my iPhone. If accessed from a tablet, more applications appear: Calendar, Mail, Contacts, iCloud Drive and Search for my friends. In short, it is exactly the same as the desktop version now.
Accessing Find my iPhone will especially be useful. The tool allows us to see the location of, for example, a stolen or lost iPhone from any other device, be it iPhone or Android. It is also possible to check this through a device owned by a friend or family member and thus trying to find or block it will be much easier.
The possibility of uploading and organizing iCloud photos from the browser on any device, iOS or Android now, will also be useful. The new user interface is similar to the regular app on iOS, and gives the Android users to opportunity to use Apple’s services such as Apple Notes.