AndroLib Provides Better Search For Android Apps

Finding information and download links for Android apps isn't quite easy, whether through a phone's page-by-page results lists or even the official Market site. For an easier, filtered and browser-friendly Market search, AndroLib.com is the way to go.

AndroLib's killer function (killer for the still-developing Android platform, at least) is filtered search results, offering full text results from app names and descriptions for free or paid apps, and breaking its directory listings into applications, games, and recent additions. RSS feeds are offered for the latest games, apps or both types, for those who want the whole firehose of app news.

Each app's listing is also a fount of details. Ratings and comments from the Android community are posted on each app, the system permissions required are shown with a click, and a direct QR barcode link is included for direct downloading from your phone. AndroLib provides just what an Android fan needs in a Market search, and does it with minimal hassle. Free to use, no sign-up required.

AndroLib [via TechCrunch]


Comments

    Androlib is the most ugly website ever, their interface is hard to use. I'm using sites like http://androlicious.com , which have great search functionalities. Also appbrain.com is a nice one compared to androlib.

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