Web-based Android Market is finally here
If you have gone through the annoyance of browsing Android Market then you already know how miserable the experience is. You need to search, browse and download Android Applications on your mobile instead of doing it from web. However here is some relief, Google has announced web-based Android markets that allow you to search, browse, buy and share apps right from your system. This web based version of Android market was highly expected and requested by users.
For this, developers at Android say –
Android Market on the Web dramatically expands the discoverability of applications through a rich browsing experience, suggestion-guided searching, deep linking, social sharing, and other merchandising features
Check out how Google Demonstrate the New Android market –
How to install Android application from Android Web Market:
- Click the “Install” or “Buy” button at the top.
- You’ll be prompted to choose a device on which to install the app—if you have multiple phones tied to the same Google account, it’ll show you a list of phones compatible with the app. This prompt will also list the permissions the app requires (like internet access, phone status, etc.).
- Once you confirm the installation/purchase, your phone will immediately start downloading the app.
[via – Life Hacker]