In the past, selling items using eBay’s iOS application could be hopeless. For a first-time or even an experienced seller, the mine field of problems with the layout of the application often caused major frustration, hardly a good thing for the internet’s biggest auction site. Fortunately, eBay has seen the issue, and has revamped the app’s UI to make selling a much calmer process.
One of the more exiting new features for the hardened eBay user is the ability to start a listing on your iPad or iPhone, and finish it off when you get to your computer, which should make everything much less time consuming, as there’s no need to restart a listing when you realize you’d forgotten to take a photo, for example.
It’s not just good news for sellers though, as eBay has also subtly enhanced the search elements of the application, with slicker checkouts and, for iPad users, a new feature that alerts you when new items are in your saved searches.
Via: Cult of Mac