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Google updates web version of Android Market with ability to filter reviews by device type, app version, and more

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Product: Google Play | Manufacturer: Google
 
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Google has updated the web version of its Android Market with the ability to filter reviews in a number of different ways, the most useful of which is by the model of your device.

If you're signed into your account, you can even filter said reviews by all of your associated devices, meaning you can easily see if a title runs smoothly on your handheld of choice.

Furthermore, you can now sift through peoples's opinions based on the app version, as well as through individual ratings.

What's all of that mean?

It means you can isolate all of the one-star Android Market reviews for the latest version of Angry Birds running on a Motorola Atrix. You know - if you really wanted to.

These handy new features are only available on the web version of Google's digital store, so you can't currently take advantage of them on your phone or tablet.



Android Police [via Mashable]
 

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Anthony Usher 12 December 2011
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Piotrekdg | 18:17 - 12 December 2011
The division for phones should be from the beggining, but it's better late than never.
 
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