Apple Store App Gets Redesigned Look, Improved Navigation
September 4, 2014 § Leave a comment
Apple today updated its Apple Store app to version 3.0, adding several new improvements and design updates. The app now features new icons along the bottom bar, with the “Products” section renamed to “Shop” to make it easier for users to make purchases within the app. The overall app icon has shifted from a cart to a bag.
There’s also a new icon for “Stores,” and an “Account” tab that replaces the previous “More” tab. Several other UI elements have been redesigned as well, giving the iPhone app a cleaner feel that’s more in-line with the iPad version.
According to Apple’s release notes, it’s now possible to start shopping on one device and seamlessly switch to another device, including a Mac or PC. The “Stores” tab also includes information about upcoming events at a user’s local retail location, and the iPad app has been updated with the ability to create One to One reservations.
What’s New in Version 3.0
– Now start shopping on one device and finish on another, or even on your Mac or PC.
– Find out about upcoming events and workshops at nearby Apple Retail Stores using the new Stores tab on your iPhone.
– On iPhone and iPod touch, there’s an all-new design with more refined navigation and imagery.
– On iPad, you can now make One to One reservations.
Apple’s newly updated Apple Store app can be downloaded from the App Store for free. [Direct Link]
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