Same-day delivery may not exactly be a brand new idea anymore, but it's one that's yet to reach its full potential, we'd say. With the launch of eBay Now last year, the internet giant kicked off a beta program where it gave iPhone users in the Bay Area the chance to order stuff from some local retailers and have it arrive on their front door an hour (or two) later. Now, the company's announcing plans to bring its handy service to more areas around the Bay Area and New York City, with the Brooklyn and Queens boroughs expected to "soon" join Manhattan in being able to take advantage of eBay Now.
The iPhone application, meanwhile, today reached version 2.0, boasting a completely new look that's designed to provide "an even better browsing experience." Included in this release are also search enhancements that should make it easier to find what you're looking for, as well as options for either PayPal or a credit card to check out. We hope eBay Now comes to more cities in the not-so-distant future, but for now, all you impatient shoppers who can use it should hit the source link below to grab the app's latest update.