Android Market gets new update with PIN lock and +1 support added

Android Market gets new update with PIN lock and +1 support added
A new update to the Android Market might make you feel a bit safer about the whole process. With the update comes the ability for you to create a PIN code that will lock your account. This will prevent unauthorized access to your account and will also make sure that the kiddies aren't installing apps without your permission. The only drawback is that you will have to enter the PIN number before you purchase apps yourself.

The second change in the Market brings the ability for you to give an app a "+1" on its listing page. Click the "+1" button and it turns blue to show that you have successfully "+1'd" the app. Other than these two changes and some minor cosmetic differences on the Android Market home page, everything else is just about the same.

We should add that this additional update is only available for those who have already experienced the big Android Market update from a few weeks ago as we reported. We have seen some complaints from those overseas who are claiming that they have yet to receive the first update for the Market.

source: AndroidCentral

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