Google just announced that over the next two weeks they’ll be rolling out an update to the Android Market improving the Android Market experience for users and developers. This new Market client introduces important features that improve merchandising of applications, streamline the browse-to-purchase experience, and make it easier for developers to distribute their applications.
You can see some screenshots of the new interface above. Don't miss all the new features listed on the Android Developer’s Blog.
Today Google announced the new version of the Android platform — Android 2.3 (Gingerbread). It includes many new platform technologies and APIs. Some of the highlights include: Enhancements for game development, rich multimedia, support for front-facing camera, SIP/VOIP, and Near Field Communications (NFC), to let developers include new capabilities in their applications.
Alongside the new platform, Google released updates to the SDK Tools (r8), NDK, and ADT Plugin for Eclipse (8.0.0). For a complete overview of what’s new in the platform, see the Android 2.3 Platform Highlights.