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The Google Android Market Opens Its Virtual Doors

For phones like the T-Mobile G1, which run on the Android OS, you can now pimp out your new phone with lots of great apps since the Android Market site is now live and open for business. Think of it like the iTunes Application Store for the iPhone, except on a much smaller scale — it'll vamp up in due time.


The apps available on the site right now are free to download and starting Monday, developers can go wild and upload their own software (after paying a $25 fee). TechCrunch has already come up with their list of the top ten Android apps which includes one of my faves: ShopSavvy!

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