Do you want your app or game to be on the newFire phone? Most Android apps already work on Fire phone. Take 90 seconds to find out if your app is ready by using the Amazon App TestingService. If any incompatibilities are found while testing, you’ll get a detailed report with guidance on how to remedy the situation.
To help you get started, here’s a step-by-step guide and a video that walks you through the process.
Most Android apps work on Fire mobile devices without change. If the tests do find anything that could prevent publication, you’ll receive specific suggestions and be directed to documentation that will help you make the necessary changes.
4) We’ll also test it on the device
You can also use the testing service to get several screenshots so you can see what your app looks like on Fire phone, as well as a log and information about CPU and memory usage. These tests take about 6 hours.
To submit, you’ll need to sign in. Developer accounts are free so go ahead and make one if you haven’t already.
Create immersive apps that respond to the way a customer holds, views and moves the phone. We have updated Appstore Developer Select and Amazon Mobile Ads API with more incentives:
Amazon Developer Select: Optimize your apps for Fire phone and get enhanced merchandising and 500,000 Amazon Coins incentives for your customers. Get the details here.
Amazon Mobile Ads API: Developers earn $6 for every thousand interstitial ads displayed across any supported device in August and September (up to one million impressions per app per month) when they distribute their apps on Fire phones and send the first ad request from a qualified app. Get the details here.
Amazon App Testing Service: Most Android apps just work on Amazon devices. Test your app's compatibility in 90 seconds by dragging and dropping your Android APK into our testing tool. Sign up for a free developer account to test your app's look and feel on devices and get the results within 6 hours. Test your app now.
Now is the time to submit your apps and games! Apps that are submitted by July 18 and approved will be in the Amazon Appstore when Fire ships on July 25.