Apple is taking silent steps these days, as it has quietly updated its iPad App Store, which will allow the tablet's owners to search applications with the help of Genius recommendations of the Company.
While uploading the applications from App store, iPad owners will see the option of "Genius" next to updates. After users will turn on to this feature, they will see list of several applications, based on their previous downloaded apps.
This has been the first time that Genius recommendations will now be available for iPad users. However, the tool has been provided in the App store of iPhone for a couple years.
The work process of iPad's Genius recommendations is similar to those for iPhone apps or iTunes music. It will also provide an option to the users to upgrade the free applications, which they have already downloaded.
Users will also find one more option of “not interested” at the bottom of each application, that will allow them to refine Genius recommendations and will ensure them that they will not see the option again at a later time.
Introducing iPad Genius recommendations makes its debut, as Apple has added an option in its App store, which says “Try Before You Buy”.