“Looks like Apple’s taking some of the criticisms of its App Store to heart. On Tuesday, the company unveiled a new section of its Web site, Apps for Everything. Broken down into a handful of different categories like Apps for Cooks and Apps for Music, the collections consist of apps related to a specific topic,” Dan Moren reports for Macworld.
“There are currently 12 different collections, each featuring between eight and 24 applications along with tips for using the built-in features of your iPhone,” Moren reports.
“With more than 85,000 applications in the App Store, one common complaint is that it’s gotten harder and harder to find quality apps,” Moren reports. “Apple’s Staff Picks section (also available via the iPhone section of its Web site) is well known to draw attention to particular applications and these new Apps for Everything collections seems to be an extension of that. We don’t yet know whether Apple will be adding more categories to its Web site in the future, or changing the composition of its existing collections.”
Full article here.
Apple’s “Apps For Everything” pages start here: www.apple.com/iphone/apps-for-everything/
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader "Carl H." for the heads up.]