Amazon Appstore Debuts in Europe; Available in Spain, Germany, France, Italy and UK

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  • 30 Aug 2012
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  • We knew this was coming, so here it is: the Amazon Appstore just debuted in Europe, or better said in UK, Germany, France, Italy and Spain. This means that European customers will gain access to the wide selection of Amazon Android apps and they can do shopping from their Android phones and tablets.

    The most famous apps and games from Android are here, including favourites like Jamie Olive’rs 20 minute meals, Skyscanner, Fruit Ninja and Cut the Rope. Angry Birds and Glu Mobile games will give you an entertaining time and sometimes there are special offers and reductions unique to the Amazon App Store and not present in Google Play Store. European customers will also get unique features of the Amazon service like the Free App of the Day, that turns a paid app into a free app every day.

    Angry Birds in the ad free version is today’s special offer. You also get personalized recommendations in Amazon App Store, Customer Reviews and 1 Click payments. Up until now clients in USA bought millions of apps, games and in app items and subscriptions, so the service works just fine and it was time to roll it out in other regions. Games and apps are tested and evaluated ahead of their publishing in the Amazon store and some titles even arrive as exclusivities here.

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    SOURCE: Businesswire
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