What Do YOU Think of the New Android Market Website? [POLL]
We’re pretty sure you’ve heard the news by now that a full-on browser experience has come to the Android Market. After more than two years of waiting around, we finally get the ability to search, explore, and discover new applications from our computers. Further, we can install them remotely without the nonsense that is tethering. Assuming you’ve spent at least a couple of minutes playing with it, you have an initial impression of the setup. So share it!
For those of you who didn’t try the new Android Market website, stop being lazy. Go do it and then come back and share your opinion.
As always, write in votes are being accepted. Once you’re done chiming in, hit the comments and go further in depth with your thoughts.
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