Amazon Launches Photo-Shopping App for BlackBerries
Today Amazon announced a new application for BlackBerries. Available directly from Amazon, the application will allow BlackBerry users to search for items and buy them with one click from Amazon.com. The app also includes the Amazon Remembers feature. Amazon Remembers lets users take pictures of things they see out in their daily lives, upload them to Amazon, where they are matched to items that are for sale. If the photos are successfully matched to items that Amazon offers for sale, the app user can then purchase the item immediately directly from their BlackBerry. The application is a free download from Amazon and works will all trackball-enabled BlackBerries.
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.
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 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.
Amazon Underground Heralds 'Actually Free Apps'
Amazon today made available a new app that gives Android device owners access to totally free apps worth tens of thousands of dollars. Amazon Underground, which must be side-loaded directly from Amazon's web site, provides users with free versions of games and other apps that typically include fees of some sort.