Fireplace Market 2.0!
When it was first unveiled on the Portal a few weeks ago, Fireplace Market had started to turn some heads. Many feel that there is a need for an innovative, third-party marketplace for root users. All of the applications in Fireplace Market require root access, and are designed for advanced users. At the time of the original article, Fireplace was still in the initial stages of development. Not anymore!
Fireplace Market 2.0 has hit beta phase and it’s open for public consumption. The developer, spxc and his team have taken this application to the next level, and have even opened up their submission page for applications to be added to the market here.
To enjoy this new market, you’ll need an Android device running 2.1+, with root access, and a network connection. So head on over to the thread here or to the developer’s website here and show your phone some love. Developers looking to submit an app, see the link above and take advantage of this exciting new distribution platform!
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