While Google hasn't announced its expected music service, at today's Google Android 3.0 Honeycomb media event, the maker of Android has announced the long awaited Android Market web store. Previously, it was only possible to access the Android Market directly from an Android device, which wasn't bad at all. However, this made browsing through the apps somewhat painful, especially if you was at home with a PC or Laptop in front of you. However, today's launched Android Market website lets you browse and search for apps right from your web browser. And best of all, selected apps can be send directly to an Android device - with just a few clicks; no wires needed.
Furthermore, Google has built in new social features, too. It's now possible to share apps with friends through Twitter. And for sure it's also possible to read and post app reviews directly to the Android Market, from either the web or from any Android device with Android Market preinstalled.
Also, signing into the website and clicking the "My Market Account" shows all the apps a user has downloaded or purchased or downloaded. It makes managing all the apps quite easy.
Cheers ~ Arne