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Download ] Android Market v220.127.116.11 Update
Android Market was updated to 3.3.12 and released last Friday evening. It seems to be an incremental upgrade to the previously available 3.3.11 release - in fact, we're not really sure what exactly happened between them. I first thought that it had something to do with the music release, but since the Music folder has been displayed without market upgrades since 3.3.11, it must be something else.
Only reference to the whole web comes from T-Mobile, who insists that you need 3.3.12 to see the free tracks every weekly, but I'm sceptical. Irrespective of the case, download it and don't worry - the apk is Google signated and completely secure in use.
Download [Updated x2]: Android Market (formerly Google Player Store) v3.5.15 APK with new Tabbed My Apps interface, new review features and more
New Android Market Google Game Store v3.5.15 (an upgrade to v3.4.7) is pouring very slow through to Android people everywhere, and we've been able to grab an API that you can download and download now (thanks, Chad Winner!). Now you have the tab pages Installed and All, between which you can delete.
First is what we used to have - it shows all the applications on your machine. This latter option shows all the applications you've ever downloaded if you want to download them again or drive along the save track. That' pretty convenient, and I've seen this playlist on the web before in the playlist, so it's great to get it here in the portable application.
Your apps that you bought but didn't uninstall or didn't install yet are now listed on the All tabs.... which means that they are now merged with the free applications that you no longer have on the machine. I' m not sure what I think - on the one side I like that it goes away from the first one, but on the other side there should be a way to get free filters on payed applications in the all-line.
Some of the stick applications that seem to have never been associated with the store were ID'd and collected this year, and upgrades for those kids were awaiting me when I opened the store. Exactly like the Web Shop: We will continue to dig, but these changes are already quite good to justify the download of this patch.
Don't worry - it's perfectly legal, otherwise the signing validation procedure integrated into Android for safety reasons wouldn't have been able to allow me to do it over the current playlist. Downlaod away (change the file to . apk if your web browsers download s it for some purpose other than .zip or .bin).