December 1, 2022

The App Store is one of the most important iOS tools, which, in fact, made Apple’s mobile OS as we know it now. Do not be an app store, and our iPhone would not be half as functional and useful. But the value is not only the content of the App Store but also its design. With the release of iOS 13, Apple designers reworked the internal structure of the catalog, making a number of major changes that could affect its usability.

How Apple Changed the App Store in iOS 13

As of July 25, 2019, we were able to count four significant changes that have occurred with the App Store. However, it is possible that before the release of iOS 13 innovations will be even more.

Content

  • Night Mode
  • Apple Arcade
  • Application Updates
  • Uninstalling Applications

Night Mode

How Apple Changed the App Store in iOS 13

Due to the fact that in iOS 13 appeared the night mode, its effect has spread to the system catalog of applications. With the release of the update to use the App Store with comfort for the eyes, it will be possible not only in the daytime but also in the dark. It is enough to activate the night mode in the “Settings” or in the “Control Point”, and it will automatically work in all regular iOS applications.

Apple Arcade

This spring, Apple introduced its own Apple Arcade gaming service. Unlike games from the App Store assortment, titles on the new platform will not include in-app purchases, access to them will be opened by a single subscription, and thanks to the cross-platform Apple Arcade you can use it on iOS, tvOS, iPadOS and macOS.

How Apple Changed the App Store in iOS 13

Apple did not make a separate application for Apple Arcade but simply embedded it in the App Store. All anything, but it appeared in the form of a tab at the bottom of the directory, replacing the tab with updates. Obviously, in Cupertino decided that a paid gaming service has a higher priority for users than quick access to updates installed applications. In the end, why bother looking for them if you can configure auto-update?

Application Updates

How Apple Changed the App Store in iOS 13

Despite the fact that the update tab replaced Apple Arcade, Apple did not abandon it at all but simply moved it to a less prominent place. Now all released updates for installed applications are available in the user profile settings section.

Uninstall Applications

How Apple Changed the App Store in iOS 13

Until now, it was possible to delete the installed application on iOS either on the desktop, while holding your finger on the icon, or in Settings. But with the release of iOS 13 removal methods will be more. Now you can get rid of unnecessary applications in the settings of the App Store profile. To do this, it will be enough to swipe along the line with the program icon to the left and confirm the deletion.

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