Android Central post some nice information on new updates coming to the Android Market that will be some nice additions IMO... Check them out.. This will open up the door for developers to create some incredible apps.
Android Market getting 4GB app sizes, devs can now exclude phones
Google just clued us in on a couple of major changes to the Android Market. First and foremost is that the size limit on applications will soon be increased from the current 50MB to a massive 4GB. That's going to cut down on the secondary installs -- where you install an app only to be told you need to download more data -- and instead you'll just download that massive amount of data directly. Six of one, half-dozen of the other, we suppose.
And another cool tool for developers is the ability to easily keep your app from being installed on any Android phone. Devs can manually choose any device to blacklist, or it can be done through the manifest, too.
Orignal Post at http://www.androidcentral.com/android-market-getting-4gb-app-sizes-devs-can-now-exclude-phones_ _____________________________________________________________ Android Market now allows content filtering
Most of the Android news hit us yesterday during IO's day 1 keynote, but today we have a lot of Market improvements to rejoice about. Google expanded app sizes to 4GB from 50MB, which should improve the selection of quality games available. They also made a lot of improvements to the Web Market in terms of app discovery.
A few of these enhancements will be hitting phone as well, including the improved 'Related Apps' category. Some of us have already received the new Market update, which also includes content filtering, which shold make parents very happy. You can access this feature at Market -> Menu -> Settings, where you'll see 'Content filtering' up top. You can filter content by allowing the user to access apps rated:
This is certainly an area that needed to be addressed as parents didn't want their children to be able to access the entire Market. Thanks, Richard!
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