Google announced today the general availability of the Android market for the Web. This means for the first time Android users are not restricted to searching the market from their device. Users are now able to search from an Web enabled machine capable of running a browser and gives the user the ability to tag the application for download to their Android powered device over the air. Note however this does not mean you can use the Android Web market to download Android apps to your desktop nor can they be used on your desktop.
This is a great step forward in market penetration from Google's perspective. Apple have run a similar site that links directly to iTunes for further details. Google's offering on the other hand provides details directly in the browser without the need for extra software.
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