The idea of a new app store on the Android platform may initially seem confusing, but Amazon's entry into this market essentially means a major breakthrough for innovation, including offering Google an active competition for the evolution and innovation of the Android Market.
Amazon's plans, revealed through rumors in 2010, highlighted the interests of the world's largest online store to be part of the lucrative application market. The recipe for the success of the project, according to several developers, was to offer a return similar to the revenue from selling apps on Apple's App Store..
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