eBay for iOS update includes new UI and registration via driver's license

The iOS versions of eBay’s app have been updated with a redesigned interface and a raft of other changes. The latest release improves on the stripped back UI that was available in previous versions and larger photos can now be accessed. As before, there are versions of the app available for iPad (which is version 2.3.0) and iPhone (which has reached version 3.0.0).

But there’s more than a new look to the latest version of the app. If you’re one of those people who has yet to create an eBay account, the signup process just got a whole lot easier -- if you’re in the US, that is. Forget time-consuming form filling, you can now sign up for an account with a quick scan of your driver’s license.

Improvements have been made for buyers and sellers alike, and anyone looking to grab a last-minute bargain will find that scope for sniping is now more accessible. There are better filtering options so sellers can be sorted by their feedback rating and seller can now more easily list items that are similar to those they already have for sale -- no more starting listing from scratch.

eBay users in both the US and UK can now buy multiple items faster than before thanks to a new option. It is now possible to checkout multiple items at the same time so there’s no need to skip back and forth between pages as much.

You can find out more and download a free copy of the app by paying a visit to the eBay for iOS review page -- there are separate versions available for iPhone and iPad.

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