amazon app store Stories April 3, 2015

PSA: Amazon Prime Instant Video now works on Android tablets

Today, thanks to an update to the Amazon Prime Instant Video app, Amazon is finally allowing users to stream video content on Android tablets (via Android Police). Previously, Prime Instant Video only worked with Android phones, and more recently with Fire devices and iOS devices. The functionality of the app hasn’t changed—users still have to launch Prime Instant Videos from their web browser.

Sadly, support for Chromecast is nowhere in sight, and probably won’t be around any time soon considering how long it has taken Amazon to support Android tablets.

Now watch Amazon Instant Video on your Android phones and tablets. Android tablet customers can search and browse for videos on Amazon.com in their web browser and tap Watch Now to have the Prime Instant Video app begin playing the video.

You can download Amazon Instant Video version 2.0.45.1010 for free from the Amazon App Store (and only the Amazon App Store, sadly).

amazon app store Stories February 19, 2015

BlackBerry today has revealed a major software update for all of its BlackBerry 10 devices. Most notably, the update adds the ability for all BB10 devices to access Android applications. Bumping the build number to version 10.3.1, this update is rolling out to all BlackBerry 10-powered devices, including the Z10, Q10, and Z30. The company announced announced its intentions to add this feature in June of last year.

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amazon app store Stories December 24, 2014

Up to $220 worth of paid Android apps for free: Plex, Terraria, Sonic The Hedgehog 2, djay 2, Fleksy, many more

From 9to5Toys.com

Starting now through December 26th, the Amazon App Store is offering what it’s calling the “largest Free App of the Day bundle ever.” While we have certainly seen Android sales rivaling today’s in the past, there are over $220 worth of paid apps for free available including the #1 Best Selling Entertainment App on Amazon, Plex. It is regularly listed at $5 and has received a 4+ star rating from over 30,000 reviewers on Google Play and Amazon combined.

Other notable freebies in the sale include: Terraria (Reg. $5), Five Nights at Freddy’s (Reg. $3), Sonic The Hedgehog 2 (Reg. $3), djay 2 (Reg. $3), Age of Zombies: Season 2 (Reg. $1), Angry Birds Space (Ad-Free) (Reg. $1), Fleksy Keyboard (Reg. $2) and many more.

Amazon is also offering up to 30% off Amazon Coins (which can be used for future app/in-app purchases), and you’ll find more game deals still live in our latest roundup.

amazon app store Stories April 25, 2014

Amazon has eight popular Android music apps for free today: Shazam Encore, TuneIn Radio Pro, more ($40 value)

From 9to5Toys.com:

Amazon’s App Store is offering a number of highly rated Android music apps worth a total of $40 for completely free today.

Some of the most notable apps in the sale include Shazam Encore which has received a 4+ star rating from over 23,000 users on Google Play (Reg. $5), music and news streaming service TuneIn Radio Pro which has 4 stars from over 43,000 users (Reg. $4), and on-the-go tab resource Ultimate Guitar Tabs, also with 4+ star rating from nearly 40,000 users (Reg. $3).

Other apps in the sale include Guitar Riff Pro, Metronome: Tempo, iReal Pro and others. Outside of this particular sale, as Amazon’s free Android app of the day Mini Piano has also gone free (Reg. $1). You’ll find more app deals in our daily Game/App round-ups.

amazon app store Stories December 27, 2011

Halfbrick Studios’ “Fruit Ninja: Puss in Boots” application is available today on Amazon as a free download for Android Devices. The temporarily discounted game is largely the same globally popular Fruit Ninja, but this version features the French furball from the last couple of “Shrek” movies.

The app initially debuted on Amazon Nov. 25 and normally costs 99-cents. The game currently has 70 customer reviews and a 4.5-star rating through the Amazon Appstore.

Users can “experience a new twist on classic Fruit Ninja gameplay” by choosing from Desperado or Bandito modes and getting encouragement from Puss in Boots. Gamers can also customize their blade (or claws), and post their high scores to become “the ultimate Puss in Fruits,” according to the app’s description.

The Amazon Appstore is only available to customers located in the United States.

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