Google has just launched a new feature for mobile devices — namely the iPhone and Android — that lets you use Google Search to quickly find native applications from the App Store and Android Market. You don't have to do anything to activate the feature: just run a Google query like "shazam app" or "download yelp" from your phone, and Google will place a special result at the top that links directly to the application in the App Store or Android Market, depending which platform you're browsing from.
Zoomappy -- it's Zoom Appy, not Zoo Mappy -- is a quick way to search the three main mobile app stores: iPhone, Android Market and Windows Marketplace, all on one site. App icons are laid out in a zoomable grid format, and you can f... Read Post
Google just got a lot smarter about the way it handles searches for apps on Android and iPhone. Now, when you enter a keyword that suggests you're looking for an app, you'll get results from the iPhone App Store or the Android Marke... Read Post