Mplayit Launches Android App Store
Mplayit, the worlds largest mobile app store has made a better way to view applications in the Android Market. Already selling apps for a number of different platforms such as Apple, Blackberry, Android get the Facebook treatment. Their website, http://mplayit.com is an application hosted on Facebook. This allows users to share and review applications among friends and the whole Facebook community.
Michael Powers the founder and CEO of Mplayit says “App discovery on Android is frankly a mess… and we’re bringing that know-how to the Android app marketplace.” The main page shows an “Apptivity Feed” (creative) that shows you which apps are being viewed or played. It also allows a collection of apps for your peers to see and the ability to share via twitter. For each app there is a description, image, comments, and some have YouTube videos describing the app.
When you find an app you want, you can either scan the QR Code or have the link E-mailed to your phone. It’s definitely worth a look, I’ve already found some apps that I might have never seen in the market.
Sources: PR Newswire
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