Amazon Appstore for Android gets 2.0 refresh for Kindle Fire debut

Amazon Appstore for Android gets 2.0 refresh for Kindle Fire debut

Amazon has rolled out a new 2.0 version of their popular Appstore for Android, giving us a sneak peek at the Kindle Fire experience.  Features include  support for in-app purchases, faster downloads and shorter load times, and the ability to review app permissions prior to purchase.  The new design is right in line with the aesthetics we’ve seen so far in Kindle Fire marketing and collateral and looks very sharp.

Download the Amazon Appstore for your Android device today.  It’s free and comes with access to free apps every day!

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