Amazon Appstore Launches, Features “Test Driving” and Angry Birds Rio
Amazon has just launched their Android application store, dubbing it the “Amazon Appstore.” While some may argue that there is no need for another Android app store, the online shopping website’s app store packs some special features that may have you using their market on your phone for good. The site features the ability to “Test Drive” an application straight from your browser on your computer. Using only your mouse and keyboard, you can determine whether or not the app you are currently viewing is worth purchasing.
One app that will surely grab your attention is Angry Birds Rio, which is currently available exclusively on the Amazon Appstore for… drumroll please… FREE! The new member of the Angry Birds series of games in now available for no charge on the just-launched Amazon Appstore, so hit up the link below to get your copy. But hurry, as the offer is only for a limited time. Looks like Amazon may have a gem with this store.
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