Preview iPhone apps in your browser

Doodle Jump webpage

It was always a hassle to view applications for the iPhone for people who didn’t have the iTunes software for a whole set of reasons. All that changed today since Apple now lets you preview apps in your browser!

Unlike before when once you clicked on the iPhone page, it would give you the iTunes dialog, and would open iTunes. Not anymore. Now it takes you to a page that lists detailed information about the app, including reviews, ratings and screenshots. You can also see other specifications for the app before downloading it to your iTunes, as well as check it’s price. Each app also has a view in iTunes link that takes you to iTunes software to preview the app.

This is actually a great idea that it was much needed, given the big amount of apps in the app store, and the ability to review the app from their browser, instead of the iTunes software.

Screenshots on Doodle Jump webpage

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