Apple continues to engage in its spring cleaning online, furnishing a few small tweaks to its online Apple Store.

The company has quietly added a few handy features into a blue menu bar situated just underneath the generic site-wide menu.

While it's unclear when the new navigation links were added, the move seems to go some way to answering those few users who complain that certain online store features have been hard to find.

The navigation links include a direct link to the front page of the store, signified by Apple's generic "home" icon.

Links to let customers view their shopping cart, check their order status, reach customer service and the Apple Store telephone number are also now visible at the top of the page.

It's also noteworthy that the iPod nano and the MacBook remain the two top selling items through the Apple Store.