在发布应用程序链接时，我总是在Cyrket或AppBrain上使用链接 - 因为我无法在官方Android市场中获得任何链接。
但我已经看到了一些链接，以便使用w / android本身（'市场：//'协议）：
（如图@ android dev Studio ）
When posting app links, I'm always using a link on Cyrket or AppBrain -- becuase I can't get a link to anything in the official Android Market.
But I have seen some links out there for use w/ Android itself ( ''market://'' protocol ):
(as seen @ Android Dev Studio)
Is it possible to web-link to apps in the Market so that a non-Android user can link to the appropriate Market page in a non-Android web browser?
If you are talking about making a link that goes directly to the app in the market on an Android device, yes, just append the Package Name to the
market://search?q=pname: to create the link. In your example above the Package Name is:
If you don't know the package name you can get it from AndroLib. It's a pain because their pages are so busy but if you can't find it just do a text search for "Package Name."
Just to be clear this link format only works when clicked on and Android Market enabled device.
Update: Yes. You now access the full Android Market on the website, and when you use the link format that therefromhere mentions in his answer (with http://market...), users clicking it on their phone will be brought to app in the market and users clicking on it on the web will be brought to the app's market web page.
Edit: No. The Android Market can only be accessed on Android Devices (more specifically only Android Devices with the Android Market Enabled).
It's worth noting that you don't have to use the
market:// protocol - you can swap in
http://market.android.com/ instead of
eg these two links should have the same effect:
Unfortunately, this currently isn't quite as useful as it could be since a non-Android browser will just get a 404 from the
http:// link, but I imagine if Google wanted to they could give you a useful page instead.
See the Publishing Your Applications page in the Android developer guide for more details.