Thursday, February 03, 2011

Google unveiled the new Android market for the Web

Previously, you could only access Android Market directly from your device, but today, Google has unveiled the Android Market website (http://market.android.com/) that lets you browse and search for great apps right from your web browser. You can also send apps directly to your Android device and install them over the air with just a few clicks—no wires needed.

And what about all those apps you’ve already purchased and downloaded? Sign in to the website with your Google account and click “My Market Account” to see all the apps you’ve purchased or downloaded. It makes managing all your apps quite easy.

Am pretty amazed that Google actually knows the maker of my phone, model and carrier.


Introducing the Android Market website [via]

8 comments:

  1. This is good browse and search for great apps right from your web browser. Great job. Thanks.

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  2. I must say very nice information and surely it will help most of the people like me!

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  5. Such a useful content thank you for sharing !

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  6. Over the past two years, developers around the world have helped make Android Market the go-to place for more than 100,000 apps, games and widgets. Previously, you could only access Android Market directly from your device, but today, we are introducing the Android Market website that lets you browse and search for great apps right from your web browser.

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