Apple adds browser notifications, slideshow view for photos, and other features to

The browser notifications feature allows to stay on top of your iCloud activity even when you're not using the iCloud app or website.

Ridha Fathima
Ridha Fathima September 29, 2023
Updated 2023/09/29 at 6:01 PM

Apple has released a new update to, its web-based portal for accessing iCloud features and data. The update includes a number of new features and improvements, including browser notifications, a slideshow Photos view, and more.

One of the biggest new features in is browser notifications. This means that one can now receive notifications for new emails, calendar events, and other iCloud activity directly in your web browser. To enable browser notifications, go to your iCloud account settings and select the “Notifications” tab.

Another new feature in is a slideshow Photos view. This allows you to view your photos in a full-screen slideshow format. To start a slideshow, simply select the photos you want to view and then click the “Slideshow” button in the toolbar.

In addition to browser notifications and the slideshow Photos view, the update also includes a number of other improvements, such as:

  • Improved search: The search feature in has been improved to make it easier to find what you’re looking for. You can now search for photos, videos, documents, and other files by name, date, and other criteria.
  • New Mail features: The Mail app in has received a number of new features, including the ability to snooze emails, create custom email folders, and more.
  • New Notes features: The Notes app in has also received a number of new features, including the ability to create tables and checklists in notes, and more.

The latest update is available now for all users. To get the update, simply go to and sign in with your Apple ID. The update will be applied automatically.

Overall, the update is a significant improvement, with a number of new features and improvements that make it easier to use and more powerful. If you are an iCloud user, be sure to update to the latest version today.


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