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Submission + - Android gets carrier-operated European app store (eurodroid.com)

Andrew Smith writes: "Android fragmentation begins: EuroDroid reports that Vodafone will launch an Android app store in June, to fill in the European gaps where Google hasn’t yet launched the official Android app store. Worrying quote: "All apps will be pre-selected and tested by [Vodafone's after-sales processor] Arvato Mobile for compatibility with our devices." Just a few days ago Slashdot covered the suggestion by Barry O’Neil, ex-President of Namco Bandai Network Europe, that it could be wise for Google to "hand over the entire management of the Android Market to carriers, OEMs and trusted publishers"."
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Android gets carrier-operated European app store

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