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OfficeSuite for Android free today in Amazon Appstore

OfficeSuite for Android free today in Amazon Appstore

Get your documents all in order today on the Amazon Appstore with OfficeSuite Professional 5, an Office editing app that's normally $15, completely for free. As you may or may not know, the Amazon Appstore is a place where you can pick up apps on your Android device, this app store completely separate from the official Google version, that being called the Android Marketplace. If you'll take a look at your humble narrator's original Android Community 101: Amazon Appstore, it will all become abundantly clear. Today the Amazon Appstore is giving away no less than your one-stop shop for everything Office.

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Amazon AppStore for Android reportedly live outside US

Amazon AppStore for Android reportedly live outside US

Amazon's AppStore for Android has quietly gone live outside of the US, it appears, with users in the UK, the Netherlands and elsewhere all reporting that they now have access to the download store. Although there's no sign of an announcement from Amazon itself - and indeed the retailer's site still says it's US-only - it's now possible to sign-in with a non-US account and download apps.

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GetJar Gold challenges Amazon Appstore with 50 Android freebies

GetJar Gold challenges Amazon Appstore with 50 Android freebies

GetJar has launched GetJar Gold, offering over $50 worth of Android apps for free in an attempt to take on the Amazon Appstore for Android's "free app of the day." According to GetJar, the intention is to add new apps daily: at launch, it includes Age of Zombies, Fruit Ninja THD and Advanced Task Manager, with certain apps being sponsored by the developers to appear higher up the list.

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Apple injunction demands over Amazon Appstore denied

Apple injunction demands over Amazon Appstore denied

Attempts by Apple to have Amazon's use of the name Appstore for its download store blocked have failed, with the Cupertino company's legal argument failing to convince the judge presiding the case. Apple had sought an early injunction against Amazon, claiming that the retailer's Amazon Appstore for Android could "confuse and mislead customers" due to the similarity of its name with Apple's own App Store for iOS.

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Apple expected to lose bid to kill Amazon Appstore

Apple expected to lose bid to kill Amazon Appstore

Apple didn't take kindly at all to Amazon launching the Amazon Appstore for Android to sell apps directly to Android smartphone and tablet users. The trademark infringement suit was swift and is still ongoing. Apple obviously has the trademark on "App Store" and feels that it will extend to "Appstore" too. The legal battle goes on and it appears that Apple will likely lose its battle to block the Appstore owned by Amazon.

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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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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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