Amazon Coins now available directly from Android devices

Amazon Coins now available directly from Android devices

Amazon on Wednesday announced that customers living in the US, UK and Germany can now use (buy, spend, earn) Amazon Coins directly from their Android phones and tablets. Previously exclusive to the Kindle Fire tablets, Amazon Coins can let users buy apps, purchase add-ons, unlock features, and other fun stuff inside of apps and games. The virtual currency, which has been around for roughly one year now, seems to work rather well for developers.

via Amazon Media Room

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