In a move that has to show Google’s continued dedication at cleaning up the Android Market, an update just showed itself on the web-based version. This update may not change the look of the market, but it does add a different perspective when looking through apps. Now when you download an app, you will be shown apps that other users have installed. It looks like the new update coincided with Google I/O, but there wasn’t any announcement(not surprising see all the other stuff that was announced). The updated is supposed to highlight apps based on the human experience, isntead of simply showing ‘Related Apps’ which simply show apps with similar keywords and categories.
The feature is only available on the web-based market at the moment, but we’re sure this will hit Android devices in the next couple weeks.
Web-Based Android Market updates to suggest apps based on others downloads
May 11, 2011 by 1 Comment