Google just showed us the new updated Android Market client that brings a UI overhaul, as well as Google Books and Movies for folks in the states. Not long after, we gave you a way to download the new Market for yourselves, and you guys got to work checking it out. It has a lot of different features, including one that a lot of us have been wanting -- the ability to switch to any Google account on your phone for Market use. You can even choose a Google Apps account. This could be a pretty handy feature, but also opens up the possibility of abuse via shared account credentials. We'll have to see how it all unfolds.
Source: Android Central forums
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