by Chit Agustin, 2 years ago
Google I/O has kept the hype coming, with its constant attention-grabbing, and we are getting more and more thrilling news as the day goes on. Since yesterday, they were slightly hesitant to discuss the changes…
App shopping on the Android Market while on the go is about to change, thanks to our friends over at Android Police, who have discovered a leak to download the Android Package (APK) for a new version of the official Android Market app (version 3.3.11).
Android smartphone users may rejoice, as this new version of the Android Market app works fine on mobile devices, but not so on Honeycomb tablets, there being reports of far too many bugs and glitches.
Featuring better app download controls for users, the new version of the Android Market app includes the following improvements:
Here’s a sneak peak at the new interface:
Plus, we have gotten insider information that the new app version might include PayPal integration. Things are just beginning to get more exciting.
Once the APK is copied to your device, install it using a file explorer app. Before installing, make sure installing third-party apps is enabled on your device: Select the Unknown sources option on the Menu > Settings > Applications screen. If the app starts force closing, here’s what you can do for a remedy: Just open Settings > Applications > Manage > Market, and clear data.
Have you tried the new Android Market app? What’s it like?