Amazon Increases Global Reach Of Its Mobile Apps To Almost 200 Countries

Developers, prepare to quantify.

Amazon is upping its global reach for Kindle apps. The online retail giant has just announced an extension of its Amazon Appstore for Android to almost 200 territories worldwide, meaning that developers can create Kindle apps in those countries and sell them to users all over the globe.

As yet there is no specific date on when the store will be available, but Amazon points out that the move will allow developers to increase their "strong monetization and user engagement" through its Kindle products.

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  • Gurdonark

    Though it's a smaller appstore than Google's Play Store, the Amazon store has the advantage of working with lots of devices. It's fun to see my little pandigital novel featured on your post. best, gurdonark