One of the things some users disliked about the Android market was the inability to browse apps via the web, well Google have rectified that problem and added a nice added bonus feature.
The new online version of the Android Application Store, found at market.android.com, not only allows users to browse all the Android apps by genre, or search by name, but also lets users install apps OTA (over the air)!
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Once your Android tablet or phone is signed in to your Android Market account, Google’s servers remember the device and its specifications/limitations, then once logged in to the Android Store on your computer or even tablet you are able to browse applications and and install them to your device remotely, with out the need of wires! If you have one than one Android device you will be presented with a drop down menu prompting to choose the devices you want to install your new app too.
The new Android Market also allows shoppers to share application links via email or Twitter, and also brings in app purchase to the table, which will allow you to buy services or content within in third party applications, like extra levels for games for example.
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