Amazon’s rumored Android App Store has had a shot in the arm this morning, with the suppose developer T&Cs leaking to SlashGear.  Although the store has not yet been officially confirmed by Amazon, the document does set out the various royalty details we’ve previously heard about, together with the retailer’s DRM demands.

For instance, while developers can choose whether or not to allow users of their apps to install them on one, more, or an unlimited number of devices, they don’t get a choice as to whether or not to include the DRM.  Amazon also reserve the right to edit the original binaries, and to maintain copies even if the developer later opts out of the program.