Google will offer an iPhone-like app store for Android, giving developers a central means of distributing applications on its soon-to-be-open-source mobile platform. At least, it looks that way. Speaking at the Google I/O developer conference in San Francisco, Android project leader Andy Rubin didn't officially announce an …
Getting cool mobile apps
Its good to know that Google will try to make it easy to get apps through an app store as on the iPhone. However, as an iPhone and Android app developer, I want users to be able to get my app (http://www.zintin.com) both through the store and through my site. The app I'm working on is all about interacting with the people around you, and I don't want someone to have to leave the conversation to go to the app store before they can join in. I have a feeling that Android will support this type of download because it is more open, but I would love to hear from them.
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