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Join Amazon Developer Evangelist Mike Hines on Thursday, August 31, to discuss the details of testing and publishing your Android APK on the Amazon Appstore. Mike will also show you the money – he’ll discuss Amazon’s revenue share model, who Amazon’s customers are, and how customers spend money on Appstore. Spots are limited – reserve your spot today!
The most successful apps in the Amazon Appstore are the ones that solve a perceived problem and save time, while still being simple and straightforward. Regardless of how complex your app may be, taking the time to clearly define the end users problem keeps your efforts on track throughout development, and eventually leads to a solid app.
In this case study, Albert and Ian share their motivations behind creating their popular games, including the latest, QuizTix: Animal Pics, and how both Amazon Appstore and Amazon Fire TV have featured heavily in its success so far.
Do you currently have apps or games live in the Amazon Appstore? If so, we’re looking for your feedback on your experiences working with us, including your thoughts on our developer portal, app submission process, revenue opportunities, and more.
With the release of the Echo Show, you can complement your voice user experiences with visuals. In this post, we’ll cover scenarios where you want to offer a list of options on Echo Show using one of the list templates.
Developers can earn money for the most engaging Alexa skills across more skill categories. Each month, developers of eligible skills with the highest customer engagement in the US, UK, and Germany are paid by Amazon.
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