There’s a healthy library of apps in the Android Market, that’s a given, but there’s also a selection of pretty poor ones too. Google look set to correct this with a larger “human team” charged with removing apps that violate the Android Market terms and conditions. They will also make it easier to find the best apps and promote them.
Carrier / network billing is also on the cards, meaning that you could click and buy without having to worry about finding your credit card. It’s all to try and drive up app-sales, which have been a little disappointing. Google’s Android platform manager Eric Chu said that they were “not happy” about the amount of purchases made through the Market.