New filtering options show up in Android Market
The web-based version of the Android Market continues to get better and better over time, this time adding in new filtering options. Swing by the Android Market today and you’ll notice that you can now pare down reviews based on specific handsets, star ratings, and version of application. Let’s say you want to read reviews for a game, but only those written by people using your particular phone and running the latest release of the title. No problem. Maybe you want to read only the most helpful reviews, based on community feedback. Whatever, just do it.
I can’t speak for everyone, but I’d love to see these features come to the Android application for the Market. What about you? What else would improve the Android Market?
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