Apple omits Android searches from Chomp app
29th Apr 2012 | 16:06
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While it's hardly a surprise, Apple has removed the ability to search for Android apps from its recently-acquired Chomp service.
Back in February, Cupertino snapped-up the San Francisco-based start-up, with a view to improving application search and discovery within its own App Store.
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The Chomp application has also been removed from the Google Play store.
It is still unclear what Apple plans to do with Chomp long-term, but the company will surely find a way to integrate the tech within the App Store and perhaps improve Genius recommendations.