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Jeffrey Sharkey, the wizard behind CompareEverywhere (formerly Scan) and Android Developer Challenge winner (earning him a cool $250,000), is starting a new job at Google where he will join the Android team. Congrats, Jeffrey!

Before he starts working behind the scenes of this beloved OS, he dropped two more apps into the Android Market for us to download and enjoy - GroupHome and OilCan. GroupHome organizes your Android apps by the same category system found in the Android Market and makes it easier to delete apps or display more details about your apps. OilCan is the Android version of GreaseMonkey and helps you customize any website via insertion of JavaScript and much more.

We thank Jeffrey for the apps he's developed for the Android community and wish him the best as he starts working on Android for Google!

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