by Joe White
September 18, 2013
Moments ago, Apple updated its own Apple Store application, making a number of design changes that bring the app in line with iOS 7. Over the course of the last day or so countless high-profile iOS apps have received similar updates, which have added more minimalistic, cleaner-looking designs. As a reminder, Apple's iOS 7 is set to launch later today, at 10 a.m. PDT. For a chart outlining how this time translates into other time zones around the world, click this link. One of the latest apps to receive such an update, then, is the free, universal Apple Store app. Offering users "a refined user interface" (which even includes a brand new iOS app icon), Apple Store 2.8 can be downloaded now in the App Store. As mentioned, Apple's Apple Store app can be downloaded in the App Store free of charge, and is optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Check out the updated application now, or for more of our recent app news, see: Junk Jack Soundtrack Hits Bandcamp: iTunes And Spotify To Follow, Slacker Radio Makes The Jump To Apple's iOS 7 And Includes A New "My Vibe" Feature, and Shazam Updated For iOS 7: Adds New Look, Improved Sharing And More.