May 11 AT 10:51 AM Alberto Vildosola 2 Comments

Android Market will now suggest apps based on what others install

Hidden by all the madness that went down yesterday, Google managed to sneak a new feature into the Android Market web app. Every time you install a new app, the service will now show you new apps that other people have also installed.

While not a huge new feature, small improvements like these help the Android Market slowly but surely get better at app discovery. The sum of all these little enhancements equal a much better and more user-friendly experience in the Market. Specially in the app discovery space, where the Android Market still needs a lot of work.

Later today, Google will be making some announcements about the Android Market. Make sure you stay tuned to Android And Me to find out what those are. What would you like to see Google improve about the Market?

Via: AndroidPolice

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  • Clark Wimberly

    Taking a page from Amazon’s book, huh? ;)

    • Alberto Vildosola

      That’s the first thing I thought of when I saw this. I think Amazon has had this for ages, like ever since I remember buying anything from them.