Web based app store will enable Android users on versions 2.2 or above to install apps on their devices remotely.
In conjunction with the Google Honeycomb event tomorrow, Google seems to be getting ready to launch a long awaited Web-based version of its app store along with Google music – an online music streaming service set to be linked with Android devices.
The new market will provide a fully featured, easy-to-search, interface for your desktop browser. What’s more, users will be able to install apps directly onto their phones remotely through their desktops (Provided you’re running Android 2.2 or higher).
Past rumours of the Google music service claim that users will be able to stream music from a cloud- a cloud which will be charged at just $25 per year. It is unclear how many labels Google has under it’s belt.