Search apps and games with BravoSE

Discussion in 'Android App Developers' started by bravose, Feb 16, 2012.

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    There are so many apps and games on Market that sometimes we may can not find the apps that we really want. Then how to find the apps that you exactly need?


    With BravoSE,the best search tool, you can quickly search apps or games based on not only their names but also functions.


    The apps and games have been reclassified by functional categories so that you can browse them according to their functions.


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    Features:
    1、No need to know the names of apps, search based on function is supported
    2、Hundreds of functional categories navigation, better browsing experience
    3、Customize you favorite special topics and interested list
    4、Top apps and popular games recommended by senior editor
    5、No ads, no hidden costs




    Code:
    [url]https://market.android.com/details?id=cn.goyy.gosearch[/url]
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    BravoSE is an app search engine for Android apps and games.


    If you don't know the exact name or description of the app, you can use BravoSE to help find it. BravoSE is the perfect tool for you to search and browse Android appliactions and games. With the fuctional search feature of BravoSE, you can search apps not just depend on keywords. You can type in the kind of app you are looking for when you search an app.


    Code:
    [url]https://market.android.com/details?id=cn.goyy.gosearch[/url]

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    Clearly works as stated, but does nothing more than reorganize the way you see the Android market.