Amazon Takes its Android App To a New Level

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  • 21 Nov 2012
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  • Amazon’s Android app is a non stop shop for purchasing all kinds of items related to their services. From apps to books and magazines, Amazon is a reliable source of everything one might want. The app is also provided out of the box by a number of US carriers, like Verizon for instance.

    Version for Amazon Appstore brings a bunch of improvements, especially to the UI. The app now features a more modern look, in black to make the text and pictures easily visible in all lighting environments.  It also makes it compatible with Android 4.2, the latest version of the OS and fixes any issues with Android 4.2, mainly the one where users running this version of the OS and using the “multiple users” feature on tablets, would have had to enter their credentials each time when accessing the Amazon app.

    There was also an issue that kept the CPU at a higher level then normal when using the Amazon Appstore and caused battery drainage. On top of these there are the usual small bug fixes and general improvements. The new version is now available for free on the official webpage.

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