Well, lookee' here. Motorola's been building their own Android Marketplace, and someone found it out. It's been taken down since, but here's what Android and Me found before Moto pulled the plug.
The biggest addition is that it's web based. That's right, Android users. A store that's easily browseable on the desktop. Not to mention an application for desktop app management.
So that's all well and good, but why does Motorola have to even build a separate portal? This is all stuff that Google should really be on top of if they want to really win consumers over. The last thing that anyone wants is to have the Android Marketplace start getting segmented by manufacturer, so please Google, whenever you're done building your phone, add this stuff in to save us all the trouble. [Android and Me via Engadget]