Google improves Android Market
Google appears to have responded to the dissatisfaction of some developers with its online store for Android applications. Eric Chu from the Android Mobile Platform group wrote in a blog entry that the forthcoming version 1.6 of Android Market will bring a number of improvements.
Developers will be able to update their application entries in the Market and add detailed descriptions, screen shots and promotional icons to better display their wares. A number of new software categories have also been added to cover sports, health, themes and comics. Further details of the changes are only available to registered Android developers but a short video demonstrates the new features.