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Amazon Appstore cross-platform ambitions confirmed

Amazon Appstore cross-platform ambitions confirmed

Amazon's Appstore plans may start with Android, but the retail giant isn't limiting its aspirations to Google's OS. According to Aaron Rubenson, category leader for the Appstore, Amazon's intent "is to provide a vast selection to customers from multiple operating systems"; speaking to Mobile-Device, he confirmed that the recommendations-led software store has ambitions to take on other platforms.

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Apple’s New App Store Rules Impact Amazon’s Kindle App

Apple’s New App Store Rules Impact Amazon’s Kindle App

Apple's new app store subscription plan, specifying that Apple will take a 30% cut of all content sold within apps, will also affect Amazon's Kindle app when used on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. It will also impact other booksellers selling through apps on Apple products. Publishers and content sellers have to remove any links within their apps to outside-the-App Store purchasing options. This means that Amazon must remove the "Shop in the Kindle Store" link that it currently provides on its iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad apps.

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Amazon AppStore for Android detailed: One-Click, Recommendations & more

Amazon AppStore for Android detailed: One-Click, Recommendations & more

Amazon is certainly taking Android seriously, with the promise of tablet-centric Kindle apps later in the year, but it's the new Amazon AppStore for Android that really shows the retailer's aim. Now accepting developer submissions ahead of a launch on devices sometime in 2011, according to TechCrunch the AppStore will combine Amazon's One-Click payments system, the retailer's recommendations engine, and flexible pricing to take on the official Android Market.

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Amazon Windowshop for iPad hits App Store

Amazon Windowshop for iPad hits App Store

Amazon has launched an iPad app, Amazon Windowshop, reckoning that users of Apple's slate will spend more money if they have a custom-designed interface.  Described as "a complete rewrite of Amazon.com," the new app - which is a free download [iTunes link] from the App Store - offers the same products as the regular browser version, as well as 1-click purchases and Wish List support.

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Amazon Android app store T&Cs leak

Amazon Android app store T&Cs leak

Amazon still aren't talking about the rumored Android app store they're tipped to be working on - which would sit alongside the official Android Market and offer users an alternative source for software - but the App Store Distribution Agreement participating developers would be expected to abide by has just dropped in the SlashGear inbox.  Among the T&Cs are confirmation on the developer royalties - "equal to the greater of (i) 70% of the purchase price or (ii) 20% of the List Price" - together with the rumored $99 annual fee and the fact that Amazon retains the right to modify your binaries and add in their own DRM.

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Amazon launches Nintendo Digital Downloads page

Amazon launches Nintendo Digital Downloads page

Nintendo Wii U and 3DS gamers in the US now have a new option when it comes to paying for digital game downloads: Amazon.com The internet shopping giant has just launched a digital download store dedicated to Nintendo's platforms, but it's much better than paying for a game, getting a redeemable code via email, and then entering it on a console's eShop. Users can make their purchase on Amazon, check-out, and then click on a link to the Nintendo Network that will automatically register the content as purchased for their system.

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Amazon Underground: invading Google’s Android once again

Amazon Underground: invading Google’s Android once again

Amazon aims to invade Google's Android OS with their own collection of apps and games from the Amazon App Store. Inside the Amazon Underground app, Amazon suggests they'll be bringing "Actually Free" apps and games to lure the masses. This comes several months after a misunderstanding between Google and Amazon in which the Amazon app acted as an app store in and of itself - this isn't a feature that's allowed by Google for apps hosted by the Google Play app store.

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Amazon launches booze (and more) delivery service in Seattle

Amazon launches booze (and more) delivery service in Seattle

Amazon has brought its Prime Now service home, announcing its launch in Seattle, Redmond, Kirkland, and Bellevue. With Prime Now, the retailer’s Prime subscribers can get one-hour delivery for a variety of goods that would otherwise be ordered and shipped via post, including everything from a Kindle to a case of beer. Amazon says that “tens of thousands of items” are available for Prime Now delivery; the service has previously launched in other big cities and their surrounding regions, and will continue to expand into other cities in the future.

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Tile is back with a louder Tile, Find My Phone app

Tile is back with a louder Tile, Find My Phone app

Never lose anything again in this age of high tech gadgets and digital convenience. That is both the promise and the mission of Tile who made tiny Bluetooth locators fashionable. After years of a more or less stable presence, Tile is stirring things up again with two new products. The first is a new Tile, promised to be three times louder to make it easier to locate. The second is its new Find My Phone app feature that turns any Tile, any smartphone, or even any browser into a mobile device locator.

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