Apple Store App Now a Universal App, Gets New Look, Improved Navigation

Apple Store App Now a Universal App, Gets New Look, Improved Navigation

Apple has updated its Apple Store app to version 3.0, making it a universal app that runs on both the iPhone and iPad, and giving it a new look with improved navigation.

Apple Store app screens

From the Apple Store App Store page:

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‚Äôs an all-new design with more refined navigation and imagery.
  • On iPad, you can now make One to One reservations.

One feature that should particularly welcomed by users is the ability to begin shopping on one device, and seamlessly continue your shopping excursion on another.

iPad users can also now create One to One reservations on the iPad.

MacRumors notes that as the Apple Store app is now a universal app, users in countries outside of the U.S. can now install the app on their iPads. Previously, the Apple Store app for the iPad was limited to U.S. customers.

The Apple Store app is available free for the iPhone and iPad in the App Store. [DIRECT LINK]