Android applications are no longer limited to 50MB in size, but rather a massive 4GB limit. Android developers working on interactive 3D gaming apps or other apps that require major resources are no longer constrained by size limits.
Android developers will want to check out the Android Dev blog for all the details.
It’s unclear if there will be any restrictions on downloading super-sized apps over your wireless carrier’s network? Will the Android Market impose some sort of limit that requires a WiFi connection in order to download? With limited data plans, this might not be such bad idea to save us from ourselves.