Android Market web store launched

As like the iTunes App Store, Google has created an official online store for the Android Market, and with it comes a host of features that make app purchasing much easier and more intuitive as well as options that give developers more control over the apps they put on sale.
Every single app available on the Android Market can now be purchased online using the Android Market’s web interface. 

Users can now purchase apps online and the apps will be directly pushed onto their Android devices. The Android Market web store also has a more polished and useful interface which allows users to discover new apps easily. 

There are featured apps on the homepage to help attract customers, apps are sorted by categories, and can be filtered by compatibility, cost, and popularity. Links to the Android Market on the phone automatically open the Android Market app to bring you to the app’s page.

Developers will also be able to explicitly state the costs of their apps in different currencies in the future. No more having to deal with odd digits like $2.37 after conversion.

The Android Market web store is now live and can be accessed here.