Motorola Droid :: Top Ten Applications From Android Market?

Nov 3, 2009

OK, I've seen different reviews that mention apps that you really have to have, that should almost be standard apps from Android Market. So, what are the top 10 apps, that are the must haves from the AM?

Motorola Droid :: Top Ten Applications from Android Market?


Motorola Droid X :: Cannot Find Applications In Android Market

Jul 15, 2010

I just bought the droid x...I am looking to download some paid apps that I bought on my other droid. I cannot find Slingplayer, mlb at bat, espn radio.

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Motorola Droid :: Share Market Applications With Others?

Sep 16, 2010

I have bought apps on the marketplace, am I allowed to share this with my brother who just got an android phone? if so, how do I do it?

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Motorola Droid :: Market Applications After Root And Flashing ROMs

Aug 6, 2010

Do I have to install market apps 1 by 1 every time I flash a ROM? I rooted to Sapphire 0.7.0 a couple of days ago and had to install market apps 1 by 1. Is there a way t back just those apps up and somehow restore them after flashing a ROM?

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Motorola Droid :: Lost All Market Links To Free Applications - ROM Related?

Jun 16, 2010

Just wanted to share this in case others experience it...I've never seen this happen before on other ROMs (currently on BB Froyo v.2). No idea if it's the fault of the ROM, or some other quirk...this happened a full day after I had installed BB v.2 over my previous install of BB v.1.

I went into the Market/Downloads view a little while ago and found that none of my free installed apps were listed, just the paid ones. All the apps were still installed on my system, but all the market links apparently had been lost. I hadn't done anything today to change my setup or configuration, but for some reason my installed free apps had disappeared. I entered and exited the market a few times, nothing changed.

Went to Titanium and did a quick backup, just to make sure that I had all my apps. Then I tried to use Titanium's market fix feature, but it said there were no market links to fix. Remembering some advice in Titanium Backup that says when restored market links aren't showing up after a restore (which I hadn't done), if you simply download and install one app from the Market it will refresh the links...I did so, and all my free installed apps showed up again in the Market/Download screen.

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Android :: Find My Applications Market Url On Droid?

Sep 8, 2010

How do i find my applications market url on the android market ?

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Android : Programmatically Install Free Applications In Droid Market?

Jul 29, 2010

I'm sure that you all have already known AppBrain's Fast Web Installer which is able to programmatically install free applications in android market to the device.

How could it be possible ?

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Motorola Droid :: Non-market / Market Fully Functional Free Emulators To Download For Older System

Dec 30, 2009

Is there any non-market/market, fully functional free emulators I can download for older systems. I'm a broke college student.

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Android :: Buy Applications On PC From Market Possible?

Sep 17, 2010

Can you buy apps form the market on your PC? All the ones I click on to buy want me to enter my info on the phone and it just seems like it would be easier to do on the PC. BTW what happens when i buy a app for my current phone and then later get a new phone? Will the app have to be re-bought?

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Android :: Applications Outside Market

Mar 6, 2010

The Market is great. Use your phone, find your app, and install it with one click. (Hope THATS not patented!) But what about folks that live in countries not supported by the Android Market? Or devices that don't support the Market? Or the simple fact that some great stuff just isn't IN the Market? Get ready to open up a new tab on that browser and let's go for a spin.Before we get started, we do need to make sure our phones are set up to find and install apps that are downloaded from other places. Enabling non-Market applications is easy. Let's do it now.Using apps that aren't from the Market.Open up your settings by clicking the menu button or digging into your app drawer and selecting settings.Flip through the list and find the Applications section.

You'll see an ominous looking section called Unknown sources. We need to check that box. Now before you go all clicky, prepare yourself for what you're going to see. A pop up is going to appear that warns you about how vulnerable you're going to be by installing apps that aren't from the Market. What that pop up isn't telling you is that Google allows any application into the Market without a review process. I'll leave the discussion about the good and bad of this for another time, but anyone could write a nasty app and put it on the market just as easy as hosting it somewhere else. Google is just being diligent and covering themselves, and I don't blame them. Just be careful what you download, and where you get it from and you should be OK.

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Android :: Possible To Buy Applications From Market From PC For Handset?

Jan 16, 2010

Is it possible to buy apps from the market from your desktop rather than through the phone without going through the handset browser?

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Android :: A Way To Search 2 Applications In Market?

Mar 15, 2009

I know I can search one application from Android market by viewing the following URL: market://search?q=pname:<package> I actually have a few application published, but want to limit my query to return 2 applications. How do I do that?

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Android :: Applications Don't Download In Market / How To Fix?

Nov 19, 2009

3 applications now will not download from the Market. The say that they are starting to download, but don't...ever. What gives?

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Android :: Unable To Buy Applications From Market

Dec 17, 2009

I can't buy apps on the market, because I live in Luxembourg. I know about SlideMe which is an alternative for me to be able to buy some apps. I want to pay for some apps that I like and do not want to download them on some warez site. Does anyone know about an Internet site or a better alternate Marketplace than SlideMe where I can buy apps for my Hero?

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Android :: How To Search For Applications On Market?

May 4, 2010

This seems like an odd question, but how do I search for apps on the Android Market website? I don't have an Android phone yet, but I soon will. I want to see what apps are available for the Android phones. How do I search for them (looking for SplashID and a few other from my Palm days).

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HTC Incredible :: Cannot Buy Applications From Android Market

May 14, 2010

I'm new so I'm probably missing something here but I can't seem to buy any apps from Android Market. I'm using a google apps domain which is synced to my Incredible. I registered for Google checkout this morning and I can login to google checkout using my domain.com email address. I go to buy an app and it asks to log in to my google account. I enter my info and it shows me that my calendar, contacts, and email are syncing. It takes me back to the buy button which puts me into a loop.

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Android :: Getting Manifest.xml Of Applications From Market?

May 20, 2009

is there some way to retrieve the manifest.xml of an application from the market, without installing the application? I think the official Market Application somehow get this file (or at least parts of it) to show needed permissions, etc. before installing. I'd be interested in seeing the IntentFilters defined by applications and their activities and processing this information in my application.

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Android :: Sell Applications On Market

Mar 4, 2009

Is it already possible for people outside US and GB to sell applications on the market? Because i want to set up a merchant account and on the form it is only possible to choose between US/GB for my location!?May this is only possible when we will receive the android update (market is then no beta version)?

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Android :: Where Are Market Applications Stored?

Nov 22, 2010

I have a Droid Continuum and I am wondering where the apps are stored that I download from the marketplace.I checked the downloads folder in my SD card but nothing is there.It is obviously somewhere in the internal files of the phone.But where exactly are the downloaded apps stored? I checked the /data folder and i found nothing there.so it must be somewhere else..If anyone has the answer, it'd be great...I found the system apps, just not the downloaded ones.

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Android :: How To See All The Applications In The Google Market

Apr 29, 2010

The official web site just show the top applications both free and paid, where or how could I see all the applications in the market?

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Motorola Droid :: Lost Market Apk - Need Market App

Jul 14, 2010

I've been rooted with Droid Mod forever and have never had any issues or never tried other roms it worked so I've stayed with it. Anyway I was screwing around trying to fix a problem and did a nandroid back up and and restore ( i'm clueless) Did not wipe info (that scares me) and I reflashed the rom a couple times because I kept selecting or deselecting the wrong things. Finally got everything perfect. The phone seemed to like the mini overhaul. But when I rebooted the market apk is gone. No where to be found. All my apps are there but no icon for market. Its just gone. Can I get that, download it desktop, mount, and drag to phone somewhere?

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Android :: What's The Status Of Installing A Non Market Applications?

Sep 26, 2010

I understand there are two ways to distribute one's apps: 1) through the Market and 2) directly to the user. Now that my app is in beta, I would like to give it to a few of my users to test. But how? What I read on the web talks about installing SDKs, tweaking with many options and using an auxiliary app; I deem these to be well beyond the ability or patience of my users. Is there an easier way? What's the EASIEST?

It would be best if the user can simply navigate to the link and download it using their android phone. Is this possible? I am trying to figure out how to instruct my users to download and install it painlessly. (taking the SD card out for intermediate installation is not painless and is prohibitively intimidating). this is a keyboard that you need to invoke, twice, after you install it. Once through Settings> Languages and Keyboards, and the second time through tapping and holding on the text field and selecting. Oh and it's called MessagEase-beta

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Android :: Market Statistics For Applications Targeting

Feb 3, 2009

Last week I published our first app to the Market, which is a game targeted to users in The Netherlands. Now that the G1 has been available over here for a couple of days, we have received feedback from several of our users. When I look at the developers console in the market however, the download count still shows 0.

Also on the device it is listed as <50. When looking around in the Market, I see that all applications targeted to The Netherlands are listed as having <50 downloads, even an application that received a lot of publicity. Have other developers noticed the same?

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Android :: Market Issues And Missing Applications

Nov 19, 2009

I don't know if this is a relic of the issues earlier this morning with the Market or if it is because I just upgraded to the new HTC Hero firmware, but I cannot see any of my applications on the Market, nor can I see several others that I have downloaded before or am familiar with. Are there still some issues with the Market or did HTC screw up yet again?

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Android :: Awful Bad Spam Applications In Market?

Jun 29, 2010

I was wondering what was with all these really awful bad spam apps. Theres like a million apps based on Korean chicks and all they consist of is a few pics etc. Shouldn't poor material like this be kept off the market?

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Android :: Download Certain Applications - Market Not Working

Oct 28, 2010

these last few days i wanted to download certain applications. i click install and the market tells me item to be downloaded. then i got to downloads and it says: starting download. and it remains like this forever and the download would not start, tried clear cache, uninstall upodates, clear data with no results...

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Android :: Quality Of Paid Applications On Market

Apr 15, 2009

Are there any plans to implement some sort of group/team to review the applications before they're released onto the Market?I've never written anything for iPhone but from what I've read there's at least some quality control in place an application has to go through some sort of review process before it's made available for public consumption, I believe.So why not do that here?Let's be honest there are some great programs out there, and there's absolute crap.some of these are borderline scams.I can think of a few apps that have great descriptions but when you download them, they're nothing more than slideshows or something similar.I've even seen the feedback for one of these applications which said that you have to wait 24 hours before it will work which is, as we all know, the time at which the sale is final and no refund is given.If that's not a dodgy practice I don't know what is.I know it's still an early stage in the game for the platform but it's got a lot of potential - we wouldn't be here if it wasn't, would we? The only way to draw more quality developers to the platform is to implement some sort of control. it seems like it's the wild west here.

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Android :: Applications Market Very Mysterious And Secretive

Aug 19, 2010

Around the end of December or the first of January I will be getting a new Smart-Phone. In the past I've had some Nokia's, Palm's and some Blackberry's. To date, my favorite has been the Blackberrys, but being up for trying anything new/better I've been checking out the Android market. I've noticed what would appear to be some very nice phones that have the potential to meet my needs nicely. However, I've have also noticed one very odd situation in the Android market. The Android App Market appears to be very mysterious and secretive. All ads for Android devices tout the thousands of apps available, but no where are you able to see the full selection, unless you own an Android Device.

I find this very odd indeed. Places like Handango, Crackberry and others allow you to check out apps for just about any device. Additionally they have user reviews that give you some idea as to the quality of the app as well as it's price, if any. Such information provides a potential customer the ability to confirm that a particular device will meet his/her needs prior to making the investment. I would have thought that Google would be happy to provide a similar environment for potential Android buyers, but such is not the case. Kinda makes one wonder just how many apps there really are and how good they are.

Imagine, if you would, going into a diner and ordering a meal. You have no idea what's on the menu, how much it will cost or what the service will be like, but once you enter you will be obligated to pay for it. How long do you think that diner would stay in business? I haven't made up my mind yet, but in as much as I'm not very big on taking unnecessary risks and I'm not a very trusting person, it doesn't look good for Android. Can anyone explain why there's so much secrecy behind the app market and why they don't want potential buyers to see what's there before they make a decision to buy an Android phone?

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Samsung : Can't Purchase Applications From Android Market

Nov 10, 2010

Ok, I'm getting a little bit miffed over that I can't purchase applications from the Android Market. Is there any way of us who are not on the 'approved' country list to buy from the market?

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Android :: Paid Applications And Market Feedback / Rating

Mar 16, 2009

I have had a free version of my app available for several months. With the new features I am about to release in the latest version, and with paid apps now possible, I intend to split the app into a free lite/trial version and a paid full version.I am aware that I must create a new app with a new signature for the full version b/c I can't change the current free app to a paid one.I don't mind this, but,is there any way I can transfer the thousands of feedback and ratings I have accumulated so far to the paid version even though it will have a totally new signature?

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