• Now you can read App Store editorials anywhere there's a web browser

    7 days ago - By iMore

    What you need to know
    App Store editorials can be read in-browser.
    Links still open in the App Store on iPhone and iPad.
    You still can't download apps from a browser.
    No more frustration when you click an App Store editorial link on a PC.
    Until recently anyone clicking a link to an App Store editorial on a non-Apple device would only see a short description and a link to open it in the App Store. Of course, that wasn't much use on devices that didn't have an App Store to open those links in.
    As 9to5Mac notes, this all changed between August 9th and August 11th. Now, anyone clicking an App...
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  • App Store 'Today' Stories Now Fully Available on the Web

    App Store 'Today' Stories Now Fully Available on the Web

    7 days ago - By Mac Rumors

    Apple redesigned its App Store app in iOS 11, introducing a new "Today" tab with editorials about featured apps and developers, tips and how tos, and more to help customers discover new and useful apps.
    As noted by 9to5Mac , Apple recently extended these Today stories to the web, making the content fully accessible on the desktop.
    The new two-column layout features a title card on the left and content on the right, ranging from text and images to app lists and links. Previously, the web previews simply directed users to the App Store on an iOS device.
    Today stories can be read on the web...
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  • App Store Today editorial stories are now available on the web in full

    App Store Today editorial stories are now available on the web in full

    7 days ago - By 9to5Mac

    Apple has recently updated its App Store Preview pages for stories to allow users to view the full content of stories from inside their desktop web browser. App Store stories have always been shareable as links, but the web version was just a title and a navigation link to ‘open this story in the App Store'.
    Between August 9th and August 11th, Apple has upgraded the experience and now includes full imagery, app lists and paragraphs copy in the web version. This means you can access the same content online as you would be ale to find in the native App Store experience.
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