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  Reply # 493995 16-Jul-2011 13:35
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haakuturi:
garvani: Have installed it via apk.. you can find it here https://twitter.com/#!/Eminembdg/status/90913872369823744

Really liking it, Great improvement on the previous version.. the screenshot does not do it justice at all!



Any issues with it? I'm tempted to install that .apk but don't want to break anything :P 


I looked at the Market on my HTC Sensation and it has "HTC Apps" where one would normally have "My Apps"...and "My Apps" is on the Menu.

That apparently small amount of HTC integration is enough to make me hold back until I see how it goes for others. I don't want a broken Market. :-)   




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I looked at the Market on my HTC Sensation and it has "HTC Apps" where one would normally have "My Apps"...and "My Apps" is on the Menu.

That apparently small amount of HTC integration is enough to make me hold back until I see how it goes for others. I don't want a broken Market. :-)   


It works fine, but the whole interface has changed so your apps are in the menu, and there's no HTC apps specific tab or link. You can access those through Settings so the Market app doesn't need that function.

I think you'll like the better experience with the new Market app, and no doubt HTC will deliver their update to the new version in time, so not a lot to lose.

Go on, you know you want to...

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Galaxy S has gone to its new owner. HTC Sensation has gone to its new
owner. Galaxy S3 has gone to its new owner. Now using Galaxy Note 3. Skipping Note 4 I think...

 
 
 
 


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ArtooDetoo: 

It works fine, but the whole interface has changed so your apps are in the menu, and there's no HTC apps specific tab or link. You can access those through Settings so the Market app doesn't need that function.

I think you'll like the better experience with the new Market app, and no doubt HTC will deliver their update to the new version in time, so not a lot to lose.

Go on, you know you want to...

:-)


Ok! Done.

Looks good. Thanks, Andy. :-)   




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