Well would you look at that, along with the launch of Android 2.3 “Gingerbread”, Google are actively pushing out the new look Android Market (see above) to all phones running Android 1.6 and above. Google says it will enrich the experience for the sellers and the buyers, with increased browse-to-purchase rates.
This new Market client introduces important features that improve merchandising of applications, streamline the browse-to-purchase experience, and make it easier for developers to distribute their applications.
Along with the new look is a higher limit on the size of APKs that can be uploaded to the market, with the new size limit being 50MB, which will allow for greater gaming experiences for the end-user. Or just bigger data bills, either way. Google also stated this isn’t the final product, and that more subtle changes will be happening in the coming weeks and months. No doubt to enrich the experience once again for Tablet users running Android 3.0 in the first half of next year.