Market API to access app descriptions and ratings?

by rAndomPi » Sun, 15 Mar 2009 13:12:33 GMT


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 I'm trying to create an app that would allow me to organize my
installed applications into various groups.  As part of the
application I would like to display information about the app
including the description the developer provides as part of the
market, its current rating, and the number of downloads.

I am aware of the Intent to launch the market for a particular app as
explained here: 
 http://developer.android.com/guide/publishing/publishing.html #market

But I don't want to launch the market for the app, I want to access
the information and provide a customized display.  Can anyone point me
towards some documentation that explains this or provide a code
snippet example of how I could accomplish this with an Intent?

Thanks for you help,
-rAndomPi

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