Dec 30 AT 2:23 AM Taylor Wimberly 22 Comments

Android Market Opinion Poll, December 09

Last month we had the idea to run a small opinion poll on the Android Market and found out a strong majority of our audience was happy with Google’s app store. The biggest complaints came from users with Android 1.5 phones (which lacks the latest version of the Android Market). Overall, most customers were satisfied with the recent upgrades Google has made over the last year.

T-Mobile customers with Android 1.6 phones (G1 and myTouch 3G) began receiving a silent update which enabled carrier billing for paid apps and added a new section for T-Mobile suggested downloads.

Sprint has also promised to allow carrier billing, but has yet to provide a launch date.

Will the new billing options be enough to further boost the approval rating or will complaints about the old Android Market continue to grow?

Let us know what you think and check back next week for the results.

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