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May 17, 2018Chris Foley
In this post, I will demonstrate how to craft your first API calls with the tool Postman. Postman is a tool for developing and testing APIs, and is available as a Windows, Mac, or Linux native client for free at https://www.getpostman.com.[Read More]
April 26, 2018Juston Western
If you’re an app developer interested in making sure your users are aware of the best content and that they will stay highly engaged, read below for my tips on how to leverage the “Recommended by Your Apps” row on Fire TV.
April 13, 2018Chris Foley
This article is intended as a brief overview and explanation of the Amazon GameOn API keys, which should be helpful as you go through the GameOn documentation and plan your technical integration.
January 24, 2018Chris Foley
Developers targeting older Amazon Fire tablets (2012 and earlier) who are upgrading their Unity engines should be an aware of an important change in Unity’s Android support.
December 15, 2017Shweta Kapil
Starting with Android 6 (API 23), users can grant or revoke certain permissions to apps while they are running, instead of when they first install the app. This helps streamline the app install process for the user because he can install an app without setting permissions he doesn't want included.
June 06, 2017Abdullah Hamed
Check out our tips and tricks for safeguarding your APK from copyright infringement.[Read More]
May 03, 2017Andy Haldeman
If your app offers a subscription with multiple terms (e.g. monthly, annual), the messaging that advertises the subscription may be confusing to your customers.
April 21, 2017Andy Haldeman
Should you have seperate apps for Fire tablets and Fire TV? If you plan on selling the same in-app purchase items in both apps, you might want to consider the "one app" approach.[Read More]