Apple cut Android from freshly-acquired Chomp app search engine

Gerald Lynch Android apps, iPad apps, iPhone apps, Tech Digest news 2 Comments

chomp-top.jpgApple has removed the ability to search for Android-related software through Chomp, the app search engine they acquired back in February.

Apple bought the start-up company with the aim of improving their own app search processes within the App Store. It appears that part of those “improvements” included cutting support for anyone who uses a rival Google-powered phone.

As such, the Android app version of Chomp has now been pulled from the Google Play Store, while the web-browser version now only facilitates searches for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch apps.

It’s not a surprising move by any means, but that offers little recompense to Android users who had found Chomp a valuable resource previously.

By Gerald Lynch | April 30th, 2012





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    Apple are shit heads

  • Guest

    Apple are shit heads