How is the website in the contact info for each app used?

by Teo » Sun, 08 Mar 2009 19:48:14 GMT


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 Can users visit the app website before installing? Sorry for asking a
question that might be stupid but i don't have an Android phone...

Thanks in advance,
Teo
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How is the website in the contact info for each app used?

by dar » Sun, 08 Mar 2009 23:08:57 GMT


 The phone, email, and website are displayed in the market app.  The
user can touch the website and it launches the browser to that page.
It can be done before they install the app.



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