Google Unveils Web-Based Android Market

All Android users rejoice! Yesterday’s speculation of Google bringing out a web-based Android Market has turned real today - Google have officially launched a web-based Android Market.

Android Market now on your browser

If searching for apps through the Android Market on your smartphone has become too much of a hassle, you can now resort to their website for the desktop. The interface is pretty neat and downloading apps only involves a few click process. All you need to do is register a Google account from your smartphone and you’re good to go.

The website has all the apps that Android Market has, paid and free. Select an app, click on install and the app is downloaded and installed on your smartphone. There’s no unnecessary mess of wires and it’s quick and simple.

In case you’ve already downloaded some apps from your smartphone, you can check them out from the My Market Account. If there are any apps that you want to share with your friends, you can do so via Twitter. Also, you can leave feedback about the apps on the website itself.

That’s not all; there is something more for Honeycomb as well. Google unveiled some pre-release applications for Honeycomb, including AccuWeather, CNN, Disney Mobile, The Economist, Google Body, Grocery iQ, Ngmoco, Pulse News and many more.

Published Date: Feb 03, 2011 12:27 pm | Updated Date: Feb 03, 2011 12:27 pm