Amazon Appstore expanding to 200 more countries in coming months

Amazon Appstore expanding to 200 more countries in coming months

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Amazon this week announced that the Amazon Appstore will be expansion to nearly 200 countries over the next few months. As part of the global growth, developers will be able to take advantage of the tools available today, including 1-click purchasing, in-app purchases, GameCircle, and A/B testing.

“We’ve integrated with Amazon’s In-App Purchasing and GameCircle APIs, which was a breeze,” said Keith Shephard, CEO of Imangi Studios, creator of the popular Temple Run game series.  “We’ve seen significantly higher customer engagement with Temple Run since the integration, making the few, short steps worth it.  We’re looking forward to following the Amazon Appstore as it expands into more international countries.”

Android developers looking for more information are advised to check out the Amazon developer blog. Specifically, here’s a link to show which countries are expected to offer Amazon Appstore.

 

 

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