PayPal is getting a slick makeover.
The eBay-owned electronic payments service rolled out a redesign to a few users, and Tech Crunch has some preview screenshots.
They note that the home page is significantly less busy and "also happens to look a lot more touch-friendly," no doubt making it more accessible to the onslaught of tablets, smartphones, and other next-gen devices.
The navigation bars have also been simplified—replaced with three tabs: buy, sell, and transfer.
For many of Paypal's 100-million users, this redesign is, like a lot of e-payments out there, long overdue.
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