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Old 10-09-2011, 12:23 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by OtterBooks View Post
Unfortunately it alienates customers who shop the Amazon appstore for third party Android devices, but they chose to compromise that in favor of prioritizing the experience on the Fire. IMO it was a smart decision, even if they lose some Android users to the Google Market.
These are not restrictions on apps in the Amazon Appstore for Android, but rather restrictions on apps that are in the "Kindle Fire" subsection of the Amazon Appstore. From Amazon's FAQ
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How do I submit my app for Kindle Fire?
Kindle Fire features instant access to the Amazon Appstore for Android. To submit your app for Kindle Fire, simply join the Amazon Appstore Developer Program and submit your app using the Amazon Appstore Developer Portal. If you already have an app published in the Amazon Appstore for Android, we will automatically review your app for Kindle Fire.
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