PayPal's clunky Web site is about to get sleeker and more user-friendly. According to TechCrunch, the online payment company is revamping its Web site to make it more orderly and have fewer navigation bars and tab options. Now, there will be just three tabs: buy, sell, and transfer.
"We are always creating new ways to use your PayPal account," screenshots of the new Web site say. "Explore some innovations that could make your life a little easier."
PayPal told TechCrunch that the company will announce more details on the redesign tomorrow. For now, it's unclear if the changes are simply esthetic or substantive.
Over the past few months, the eBay-owned online payment processor has introduced major expansions to its service, which caters to more than 100 million users. Besides launching an extensive brick-and-mortar payment system and partnering with nearly 20 retail stores, PayPal is also expanding its service to mobile. These changes put the company in direct competition with credit card companies and also mobile payment services like Square, Verifone, and Intuit.
Updated at 7:10 p.m. PT to include comment from PayPal's senior director of global communications.