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AppBrain adds new ways to search for apps in Android Market

Published on August 20, 2010 By Matt Coddington

Tweet AppBrain has launched a major upgrade to their site.    In addition to a cleaner user interface, it features much better ways in which you can browse for Android apps.   By using anonymous aggregated user statistics, they are able to provide a number of interesting new ways to browse for apps. Now you […]

Hot Apps on AppBrain

Published on July 20, 2010 By Matt Coddington

Tweet I’ve written about AppBrain before, and highly recommend it to Android users. But there’s more to AppBrain than just using the website!  The app has some handy features, one of which I have been enjoying as of late: Hot Apps. It’s a list of the hottest apps within the last 24 hours, as well […]

What I’ve installed on my EVO – so far

Published on June 7, 2010 By Matt Coddington

Tweet We’ve spoken about AppBrain before, but this is a reminder for anyone who owns a device running Android.  It’s a great free service, and a handy way to locate apps that are in the Market, as well as share them with others.  I played with the service when I was running a version of […]