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PayPal leaks Android Market support

In the immortal words of Home Simpson - d'oh. Someone over at PayPal hit the go button too early on the official announcement that PayPal was now supporting the Android Marketplace. Apparently, the announcement was only online for a very short time, but that was long enough for it to be Tweeted and Google to cache the page immortalizing someone's mistake.

Google close to accepting PayPal for Android Market purchases

PayPal the popular online money exchange website that’s used in many online retailers and eBay, may soon be coming to the Android Market. Word is that come October 26 at PayPal’s developer conference in San Francisco, we may hear an announcement of such a deal being implemented. PayPal will bring some peace of mind to users who do not want to set up a credit card in Google Checkout, as well as bring in a user base who is already familiar with the service, and prefers it over other methods of pay. [Via The Street]

Boxee paid-content due July/August Android plans tipped

Today, Boxee and their partner Vindicia have announced plans to bring paid content to their set top box. They also have plans to bring this service to many of the leading mobile platforms including Android. These services are expected to debut this summer.

Layar launches world’s first Augmented Reality content store

Layar is the world’s leading Augmented Reality Platform on mobile. This browser is on a reported 1.6 million Android and iPhone devices. They are now integrating the ability to purchase things from various places that you may find while using the app. Paypal is first payment provider with support for United States, United Kingdom, Canada and Australia. More countries will be supported in the near future. This could prove to be very lucrative for Layar and their publishers.

Pay For Your Apps With PayPal

This news will please a few people. You will be able to purchase your apps using your PayPal account soon. PayPal has just made a deal with Google and Apple to bring their services to their respective markets.  People have been complaining about Google checkout since paid apps was released.

Official eBay App

eBay has long been the place to go when you want to buy, trade or find various odd things. There has been a few unofficial eBay apps on Android for awhile, now eBay themselves has released an official app to Android.
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