Google Rolls Out Redesigned Android Market

Google Rolls Out Redesigned Android Market

In an effort to boost app downloads, Google is rolling out a redesigned version of its Android Market. “To make it fun and easy for users to explore fresh content, we’ve added our app lists right to the Apps and Games home pages. Users can now quickly flip through these lists by swiping right or left, checking out what other people are downloading in the Top Paid, Top Free, Top Grossing, Top New Paid, Top New Free, and Trending lists,” said Google’s Eric Chu.

Other key changes include faster downloads, the addition of books and movies to the market, changes to the app details page and a streamlined two-click purchase process.

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