Jul 14, 2011

Android Market going all-new

Google's Android Market has gone new. In an attempt to strengthen its Android base, the company has just overhauled the Android marketplace with new look, new user interface and many new features. Google-releases-new-Android-Market-for-Phones

According to a Google blog, the new interface aims to better showcase top apps and games. There's an all new videos app that allows users to sign into Android Market with their Google account, and can rent movies from anywhere over the Web to view it on their Android phone or tablet.

Google has also added books tab from Android Market on the phone. Like movie rentals, books are linked to Google account, so they are now available across all devices. However, Google Books and Movie rentals are currently offered in the US and some select regions only.

On the Android Developers blog, Google revealed that smartphones running Android 2.2 (Froyo) and higher will be ready for upgrade soon. Apart from an improved showcase for apps and games, the overhauled Android Market brings in an improved user interface (UI), smooth navigation and provides a clutter-free downloading or purchasing products.


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