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Amazon Coins Now Available On Android Devices

Last year, Amazon got into the digital currency game with Amazon Coins. Exclusive to Kindle devices, Amazon Coins were an easy way for consumers to buy apps and games on the Amazon Appstore. Now the digital currency is making its way to all Android devices. Amazon announced this morning that Amazon Coins are now available to all Android device users …

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Amazon Set To Take Over The World With Kindle In June

Amazon hasn’t been able to effectively compete with Apple just yet as its Kindle Fire devices are only available in a select few countries. That’s all going to change next month. Amazon announced today that the Kindle Fire HD and Kindle Fire HD 8.9″ will start shipping to over 170 countries in June. If you don’t believe them, pre-orders are …

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After A Year Of Success, Amazon Appstore Is Still Going Strong

Can you believe that it’s already been over a year since Amazon introduced their Appstore for Android? In that time, it’s grown into a formidable service that has proven to be even more profitable than Google Play. We recently had a chance to talk with Aaron Rubenson, director of Amazon Appstore for Android, about the evolution of the Appstore and …

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Link To The Amazon Appstore From Within Your App

It was found that the Amazon Appstore is much better at generating revenue than Google Play. It’s not surprising when you consider the amount of people who own Kindle Fires, but the Amazon Appstore’s centralized platform plays a role as well. It’s that kind of centralization coupled with deep linking back to the appstore that can drive revenue up. It’s …

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Kindle Fire and Amazon Appstore Get In-App Purchases

Over at the Amazon Appstore developer blog today the announcement went out that an Android SDK and an in-app purchasing API are now available for app developers. The in-app purchasing API will enable developers to offer content and subscription purchases from within their apps. In the blog post, Amazon claims they have created the in-app purchasing API to make it …

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