Google scours Android Market of 3/4ths of its apps

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As the Android G-1 begins falling into actual customers hand, the Android Market has suddenly been purged of almost 75% of its apps. According to T-Mobile, it’s simply because Market has been updated, and the removed apps will be slotted back in when they are updated to the latest Market specs. Still, if you’re a day one adopter, you won’t have much to play with… although at least you’ll be able to compare and contrast two competing weather apps.

Google removes applications just before launch [Android Community]

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One Response to Google scours Android Market of 3/4ths of its apps

  1. Agies says:

    I for one am frightened by the cold digital eye reflected back at me from the semi-gloss screen. It sends chills down my spine.

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