As more and more apps (and games) are being pumped into Apple’s App Store and Google’s Android Market, it’s evident that searching for the game that you want is going to become more difficult. As always, when it comes to search, Google wants to get involved, and this time the search engine giant has tweaked its site for iPhone and Android-powered devices. Now when you search from your mobile phone for an app, links to the Android Market or App Store will be shown directly in the search results, along with the app’s basic details, including the price, rating, and publisher. Will this make you use Google’s search page to search for specific apps in the future, or are you planning to keep using the Android Market/App Store’s built-in search function?
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