PayPal, probably the world’s most popular online payment service, is reportedly overhauled and redesigned. According to TechCrunch, the new design appears to be “touch-friendly”. The publication said that an avid reader sent them some screenshots of PayPal’s new look which you can also see above. A PayPal representative allegedly confirmed the report saying the screenshots are indeed taken from their site, and that it will be announcing the changes officially tomorrow. So, what can we expect from the overhauled service? Judging from the screenshots, it appears that the home page is now simpler.
The Home, Personal, Business, and Products navigation bars, judging from the shots, appears to have been replaced with three simple tabs – Buy, Sell, and Transfer. Also, it appears that a new “Explore” button has been added as well. The help topics are also now at the bottom of the page, contrary to its previous position at the top. The source added that everything else is pretty much the same after logging in, which hints that the overhaul might not be that deep. But we’ll see and hear more about the redesigned PayPal tomorrow, given that the company will indeed make an official announcement.
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