Selling Applikation not on Android Market

by Mark Murphy » Sun, 01 Nov 2009 07:08:43 GMT


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 > and how then the Application is installed on the device, via web

Step #1: User views a Web page

Step #2: User clicks a link on that Web page that links to that application

Step #3: Browser downloads the application and prompts user to install it

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Selling Applikation not on Android Market

by Dianne Hackborn » Sun, 01 Nov 2009 07:52:59 GMT


 No, market is not involved at all.  The platform has a built-in viewer for
this MIME type that allows the user to directly install the app.





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