Google updates Android Market layout | Mana Blog... for all
Jul 13, 2011

Google released a long awaited update for Android Market clients for Android smartphones on Tuesday. The update intends to showcase applications in a better way by featuring an improved user-interface enabling faster downloads and clutter free browsing.

The Android Developers blog is reporting that Google has already started updating Android 2.2 Froyo+ devices, but we are yet to see the update hit Indian shores as even Android 2.3 Gingerbread devices are yet to receive the update.

The update will contain new lists such as Top Grossing, Top new free and Trending.

For the the first time the Android Market app will Google Books, Video and apps in one interface which will go a long way in improving fragmentation problems faced by various Google properties on the Android platform.

Previously, Google had announced the Android Market update at their annual developer conference Google I/O back in May.

Android Market has been notorious for its poor user-interface making app selection difficult for users. Perhaps this will be the update that resolves these issues.

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