Posted/Published Application, Now What?

by Holden Karau » Sun, 02 Aug 2009 18:18:50 GMT

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 So I've published my application, is there a URL which I can send
people to install it? Is there one which works in native web browsers
as well? Is there a delay during the publication process? (by the way
the application is called Pigs Can Fly Site Monitor , if you can find
it and give me some feedback as it is my first android application I
would be greatly appreciative)


Holden :)

Posted/Published Application, Now What?

by skyman » Sun, 02 Aug 2009 19:05:56 GMT


(from ) :<package> or
dealy is very VERY short (not more than one minute I think)

Application is already in the Market.

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Posted/Published Application, Now What?

by Holden Karau » Sun, 02 Aug 2009 19:30:17 GMT

 Awesome thanks :)


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