Amazon Appstore Goes International, Found in Additional Countries

Amazon, on their way to global Android domination, has been found to have expanded the reach of its Appstore.  Word on the street is that the app can be downloaded, installed, and work properly in a number of new territories.  The first few countries reporting the ability to install the Amazon Appstore include Australia, Netherlands, UK, and India.  Of course we’re waiting to hear something official out of Amazon before we get super excited.  As The Digital Reader points out, it’s possible this was a glitch or slip-up somewhere.

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2 Comments

  1. Fulvio Minichini
    September 20, 08:31 Reply

    It seems like it has been just a test. Now it’s not working, at least for most of the Italians

  2. Athe_dark_lord
    September 20, 22:39 Reply

    Worked briefly for Canada, but no longer does. A quick email from Amazon states that there is still no international support

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