That's in addition to the access offered on iOS 8, Mac OS X Yosemite (which also had a new beta version today, introducing the 'Dark Theme') and the slightly-surprising inclusion of native Windows support.
Not much else
Outside of the additions of iCloud Drive to iOS 8, the latest beta version doesn't give too much away.
There's a new on/off slider for the forthcoming Handoff feature that lets users easily pick up work on other iOS and OS X devices, while the Find My Friends app was also updated.
iOS 8 is expected to land in September alongside the launch of new iPhone 6 models. There are likely to be several more beta versions before the finished article arrives.
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