updated 09:10 am EST, Mon December 14, 2009
Changes echo iTunes 9 aesthetic
Apple has quietly altered the look of the iTunes App Store over the weekend, changing the appearance of individual app pages. The design brings the pages in line with the rest of the App Store, which was overhauled in September for iTunes 9. Alterations consist in part of a white background, and a new infobar on the left.
The app icon has been made significantly bigger, and screenshots are now displayed in a larger size and all at once, rather than in a slideshow viewer. More controversial may be the handling of descriptions, as only the first two lines have been made visible by default. Expanding a description pushes both screenshots and text reviews further down.