Amazon intros new tools for developers selling HTML5 apps

Amazon intros new tools for developers selling HTML5 apps

Amazon today introduced a number of new tools for mobile developers looking to publish HTML5 apps and games. Effective immediately, developers can set list prices for their web-based apps and make them available for Amazon’s Free App of the Day promotion. If qualified, the apps could see significant exposure boosts, leading to higher traffic, marketing, and potentially higher revenue.

This is great news for developers looking to publish their first web app to the Amazon Appstore, and the feature is now retroactive to all web apps that have already been published.

Learn more at the Amazon Developer Blog or log into the developer tools to update your app.

 

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