Feb 1st, 2011

Rumor mill time! Taylor at Android & Me has been informed by a trusted source that Google will not only show off Android 3.0 in full bloom tomorrow at their press event, but will also announce details regarding the web-based Android market shown off at last year’s I/O conference.

If you don’t remember, the new market enabled users to search for applications on a fully-featured front-end accessible from your desktop browser and allowed those on Android 2.2 and higher to install applications remotely and without ever touching their phones. A video of Vic Gundotra showcasing the new features sits below.

The rumor also suggests Google Music – an online streaming music service that will eventually tie in with Android – will be revealed. We’d already seen some of Google’s new music application at that same event last year, but hadn’t heard a peep about the web-based front-end that would sit alongside the Android market.

We’re less than 24 hours away from the shindig at Google’s home in Mountain View and we’ll have our eyes peeled for any and everything to come out of it.

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