Jan 2nd, 2012

Though the Android Market’s web portal has come a long way, most users would agree that the ease of searching for new apps isn’t its strongest suit. Leave it to another group — and not the company that built it’s fortune off of the world’s most popular search engine — to create a better way to find Android apps. Appgravity is a front-end portal for the Android Market that allows for a more refined search using keywords, publisher, or app name. Results can be further refined and sorted by category. The info is pulled directly from Google’s market and that is where users are sent to download newly discovered software. It still isn’t the sort of advanced search we’d like to see eventually implemented into the Android Market, but it provides another option for locating an app when you don’t know the specific title you are searching for.

[Appgravity via Lifehacker]

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