When Google launched its Android Market, it said it was a “platform for search, discovery, commerce, and more”
It’s been a couple of years since Google launched Android Market and many people are still waiting for it to start working properly, but that’s likely to change in the coming months.
According to a new report from the Financial Times, Google is planning to introduce a feature that lets Android users search and discover other Android users’ purchases on the marketplace.
That feature is called “purchase feedback,” and the Financial’s report states that Google is preparing to launch the feature at a “high-level event.”
The feature is said to be “a powerful and unique way to find and discover customers and partners across multiple devices and ecosystems.”
The Financial notes that the feature will be available to all Android users starting next month, but there’s no word on when exactly that will happen.
Google is also planning to make its Android Marketplace easier to use for users, and the company’s Android Market team is reportedly looking to increase the number of people who can sign up for the marketplace in the future.