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Unveiled: The Apple iPad App Store is Coming

Submitted by on March 30, 2010 – 2:44 amNo Comment
Unveiled: The Apple iPad App Store is Coming

AppAdvice.com has the exclusive report on the soon-to-be-launched Apple iPad App Store. The most notable similarity lies in the fact that the iPad App Store has the same bottom tab bar layout so familiar in the iPhone App Store. Here are some screenshots of the much awaited iPad App Store together with useful explanation on what to look out for.

1. iPad App Store What’s Hot section
There’s the new coverflow at the top as well as the familiar Quick Links section at the bottom. iPhone Apps are the only apps you see now but once the store is fully launched you will see the iPad App Store in all its glory.

2. Featured Section – In the Spotlight
Does not look too different from the What’s Hot section. We expect this section to flourish with featured iPad apps of the day, or week.

3. Spoiled for choice
There are plenty of download-worthy free apps but there are also tons of other useful apps that users won’t mind paying for. With this in mind, the people behind the Apple iPad App Store segregated them and put them in two different sections – Top Paid iPad Software and Top Free iPad Software. Users can easily see what are the top picks for both categories and toggle between them effortlessly.

4. Effortless Search
We like the new search feature in the app store. When searching for a particular type of app, you will be presented with two different types – iPhone and iPad apps. However, doing so will let you see just how much the prices differ. While iPhone apps have been known to cost $0.99 or even free, game applications on the iPad will set users back to as much as $15 or so.

Images from AppAdvice.com

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