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Sprint Has New Android Market Store

If you've been a Verizon user for a while, and you use the Android OS, you may be familiar with the dedicated branch of Android Market called VCast Apps. It has provided access to the carrier's own applications. Now, Sprint has a new store that has appeared on the EVO 4G network. The Sprint aisle currently contains no Sprint apps, though, only third-party apps. Check out JKOnTheRun's exploration of the offering.


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