Tim Bray, who we all know and love from the Android Developers Blog, made a couple interesting announcements this week about the Android Market. He wanted to remind developers about the Market features enacted this past June that help determine what devices their applications will be available for, as it seems that preparation for some new market features requires all legacy applications to get rescanned and checked against the new methods.
Of course, the words "new market features" caught our attention. We can't help but think back to I/O 2010, when we saw some great new Market features like Music streaming, that Google said would come soon, likely with Gingerbread. Is it soon yet? [Android Developers Blog]
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