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Amazon updates Android Appstore interface

Amazon has updated their Android Appstore to reflect their recent OS changes, bringing the darker theme and Mojito UI in. It still doesn’t follow the newer Android UI or design standards, but that’s not the point for Amazon. Like the rest of what they use Android for, Amazon has made it their own.

Transport Tycoon rides into Android town

As promised last month, the simulation management game Transport Tycoon has finally made its way into mobile right on the dot. Now Android users can fulfill their entrepreneurial fantasies as they create a transportation empire that will encompass land, sea, and air.

Amazon launches in-app purchases and GameCircle for third-party developers

In-app purchases are a great way for app developers to make money. Amazon knows this, and they are making it easier for developers to implement in-app purchases into their apps on the Amazon App Store. They are also giving developers the ability to implement GameCircle into apps easier. This should help keep Amazon's features equal to other app stores out there.

Amazon shipping Kindle Fire HD 8.9” today

Amazon has just started shipping the Kindle Fire HD 8.9-inch today. If you've been waiting to get yours, you shall not have to wait much longer, as it should be in your hands within the next couple of days. If you haven't ordered one, you can do so on Amazon. However, if you are waiting for the Kindle Fire HD 8.9-inch with 4G, you are going to have to wait until next week.

Angry Birds Star Wars available now on Google Play

The latest installment of Rovio's mega-hit Angry Birds franchise has hit Google Play. This time, it comes with a license from the world's most beloved sci-fi franchise. That's right, Angry Birds Star Wars is here, and you can grab it right this minute. As is usually the case, we expect this to shoot to the top of Google Play quickly, as it seems like Rovio has the Midas touch for mobile games.

Amazon Cloud Drive Photos app launches on Google Play and Amazon App Store

Amazon has just pushed a new app to Google Play and its own app store that allows users take advantage of its Cloud Drive from an Android device. Amazon intends for this app to be a place where users can easily upload and share photos. As you would expect, Cloud Drive has been integrated in Kindle Fire HDs already, but now, owners of other Android devices can use it as a place to store their photos in the cloud.
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