The App Store has come a long way and it received its biggest redesign in iOS 11 last year at the WWDC event. While the App Store is pretty different than it used to be on iOS devices, the web version of the platform pretty much remained the same. However, this has changed with Apple rolling out a complete overhaul of the platform. That's right, Apple today has revamped the App Store web with a new interface that more or less looks like the App Store on iOS 11. So let's dive in to see some more details on the revamped App Store web and how it features resemblance with its iOS counterpart.
WccfTech further notes that "The new design of the App Store web shifts away from the outdated clunky interface. The design cues of the new interface takes have been taken from the App Store on iOS 11. It now offers larger images and you can also see that focus has been made on reviews and curation of the content. Just like iOS 11, you'll see that the app headings are now larger preceded by the statement that "This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices." More.
Below is an example of Skype on the new online version of the App Store interface. You could check out the full example here.
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