AppBrain Helps You Manage Your Android Apps

Tue, Mar 23, 2010

Android, Mobile

Have you ever been reading about an Android app on the web and wanted to know if there was an easier way to get that on your phone? Well, AppBrain solves it in one way by providing an online service that will sync apps with your phone.

First you have to go to AppBrain’s site and sign up for an account (Don’t worry, it’s all free). Then, on the Market from your phone, search for AppBrain and install the app. From there you can browse from the entire selection of apps available on the market directly on the site. When you see an app that interests you, click Install. On your phone, sign in to your account and the app will sync with AppBrain’s servers bringing you all the apps you selected to install on the site. It is a very convenient way to browse the market and get apps on your phone. Past the initial setup I just explained, it would only take a few seconds to get the apps you wanted to your phone.

I’m all for apps that help the discovery of new apps. The market doesn’t do the best job in this category which is why I recommend AppAware for that purpose on top of AppBrain.

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