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IGDA fears Amazon Appstore policies for game devs

IGDA fears Amazon Appstore policies for game devs

If a developer wants to sell a game on the Amazon Appstore they have some pretty tough decision to make. The Amazon Appstore has a good reach with consumers even if it just launched this year. The problem is that according to the IGDA, a game industry body, Amazon can change how they pay the developer for their game without getting the developers permission.

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Test drive Android apps on Amazon Appstore

Test drive Android apps on Amazon Appstore

I am an iPhone user, but I have a bunch of Android devices laying around here that I use for games and surfing the web on occasion. I can appreciate a good Android app as much as the next geek. The problem is that generally I have to download and hope the game is worth the space on my Galaxy Tab and delete if not.

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Apple sues Amazon.com over App Store

Apple sues Amazon.com over App Store

I'd like to know the executive in charge of approving the name of the new Amazon Appstore over at Amazon.com that though it was a good idea to use Appstore. I think anyone that saw the name had to know that Apple and Steve Jobs would unleash all the legal ninjas at their disposal. This is exactly what has happened.

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Amazon Appstore wins exclusive on Angry Birds for Android

Amazon Appstore wins exclusive on Angry Birds for Android

Lest you suspect Amazon was treating its new Amazon Appstore as a hobby, the company has announced an exclusive deal with Angry Birds developer Rovio to release the new Angry Birds Rio title through the new Android marketplace. Ditching GetJar and shifting over to Amazon's new system, Rovio will also be offering ad-free versions of its existing Angry Birds and Angry Birds Seasons for Android games for the first time.

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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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