Amazon Appstore For Android Turns Live With 3,800 Apps; Update: Live Again

Amazon Appstore Goes Live

Just a while ago, As expected, Amazon has officially turned on its own Appstore for Android running devices with a total of 3,800 apss at launch time.

Amazon will offer one free app a day to help with promotion. At present, Amazon Appstore’s webpage will take you to the Angry Birds Rio app, which is available for free now and beyond day one, Rio app will cost you $0.99. Android users will also be able to download a version of the Appstore to their handset. There would be no problem if you don’t have an Android device. Amazon lets users to buy the Android apps before their new Androd device (tablet or smartphone) even ships

Android users can able to 30-minute Test Drive the app with in their computer browser (using Amazon’s cloud service) before they are ready to purchase it.

But unfortunately, while am writing this thing, Amazon’s Appstore has gone down showing "<Code>AccessDenied</Code>" message.  The Appstore is not live at present. We hope Amazon will solve it and turns Appstore live again as soon as possible.

[Source: Amazon Appstore, Amazon Appstore APK Release]
[Via: AllThingsD]

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