iPhone apps can now be previewed in your browser

iPhone apps can now be previewed in your browser
Starting this moment, when you click on a direct link to any iPhone app, your browser will show a description of the download, price, reviews, etc. At the same time, iTunes will be opened directing you to the App Store where you can read more details about the application. Back in November, Apple first tried this with iTunes, allowing users to hear what music was available on iTunes from the browser, without having to download the desk software program. At the time, music couldn't be previewed, but that changed this year when web based audio was started. And now, starting this morning, you can preview apps from your browser. Click on this link for an example. Ah, progress. Isn't it wonderful?

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source: TechCrunch


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