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How do you find out about, and find, good Android Apps to install?
Asked by MikeH
Posted Nov 20 2009 10:35 AM
Do you browse the Marketplace with your device? Do you use Google [or any search engine] to search for Apps? Do you go to AndroidLib to browse on your desktop and then search directly in the market for the app you want? What do you do to find the best Android Apps out of the 16,835 that are available at this moment [the numbers are going up quickly].
What is your method for finding the best apps?
Answered by adfm
Posted Nov 20 2009 04:36 PM
I use a combination of Google alerts and Marketplace queries. Most Google searches return an AndroLib.com link, so that's also a great place to start. QR codes really help promote an app. I'll usually try something out if it's interesting and they provide a QR code. For instance, here's a link to the new Seesmic app: