Amazon Android App Store Now Supports In-App Billing
Amazon today announced that applications downloaded through its dedicated Android app store can now support in-app purchases. The addition of this feature means developers will be able to offer app upgrades, expansion packs, in-game currency, and magazine issues all with trust-worthy and secure billing for Android device owners. The new feature will work with standard Android smartphones and tablets, as well as the Kindle Fire product from Amazon. Amazon says that it offers 31,000 apps in its app store, and believes the new new in-app purchasing feature will entice more developers to list their applications in its store rather than the Google Play Store.
Amazon Rolls Out New Appstore for Android Devices
Amazon has made available a new version of its Amazon Appstore mobile app for Android. Amazon says the Appstore has been rebuilt from the ground up with revised navigation tools.
Amazon Adds Alexa AI to iPhone Shopping App
Amazon today made Alexa, its artificial intelligence, available to a much wider selection of devices by adding Alexa to its iOS mobile shopping application. Now any iPhone with the Amazon app aboard has access to Alexa, allowing people to search for and buy goods simply by asking Alexa for it.
Samsung Releases Game-Recording App
Samsung this month made available an app that smartphone owners can use to record their game play. Game Recorder+ lets users capture game play and face-cam commentary with one touch.
Amazon Music Gains Memory Card and Android Wear Support
Amazon today updated its Amazon Music app for Android devices and added several highly-requested features. Users can now download Prime Music tracks to a memory card for offline playback, rather than store the tracks directly on the handset.
Alexa Arrives In Amazon's Android App
Amazon is making Alexa, its artificial intelligence, available to the Android mobile shopping application beginning this week. Any Android device with the Amazon app aboard will have access to Alexa, allowing people to search for and buy goods simply by asking Alexa.
Uh, why not both ?
Why not just list it in both? Does that not make sence? Is that not Logical ? IDIOTS.
If there is a sale going on in the Google Play store, I usually look to see if the apps and/or music is on sale in the Amazon appstore and the Amazon mp3 store, respectively.