Amazon has today released a new update to their Amazon Appstore for Android, which brings with it the ability to now try before you buy Android Apps from within the Amazon app store. Amazon officially launched their app store last year available in US only, and it was launched with around 3,800 applications both free or paid.
One of the unique features about the appstore was the ability for users to try out and play with apps before purchase via their desktops. From today Amazon has now made the same technology available for Andorid handsets and provides the same functionality in a beta release. Release-2.6.53 adds beta support for the cloud-based Test Drive feature, and is now available to download from the Amazon Appstore.
Source: Engadget MobileFiled Under: Android News, Technology News, Top News
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