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December 03, 2019

Sacid Celik

Kixi

Kixi is a German-language video on demand app designed to offer educationally valuable content for children and families. We had a quick chat with the app's developers to understand why they chose to publish it on the Amazon Appstore.

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November 20, 2019

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TeachYourMonsterToRead

Teach Your Monster to Read is a suite of online literacy games designed to help children tackle their first steps of reading. We sat down with the game's developers to learn more about the game and understand why it was so important to them to publish it on the Amazon Appstore.

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July 24, 2019

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German game developer b-interaktive likes to make sure that their games are available across all app stores. Check out our interview with them to find out how they manage to achieve app version parity and how they handle updates. 

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March 08, 2019

Sacid Celik

Berlin-based developer dailyme TV offers a unique product that enables their customers to watch TV at any time and any place. Check out this episode of Dev Chat to learn more about them, their development process, and why they chose to release on Amazon Fire tablets and Fire TV.

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January 09, 2019

Sacid Celik

German developer Whow Games is passionate about social casino games. Check out this edition of Dev Chat to find out why they decided to bring their games to Amazon Appstore and why they think Amazon customers are valuable to them.

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November 09, 2018

Sacid Celik

takt1 likes to describe itself as the "Netflix for Classical Music." Recently, they brought their service to the big screen with Amazon Fire TV. Why was Fire TV their first choice? Find out their reasons and more in this edition of Dev Chat.

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December 07, 2017

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Waipu.tv launched its services in September 2016 and so far, it has generated more than 50,000 subscribers. How did German company EXARING AG, developers of waipu.tv, develop this user-centric TV experience? Find out in this edition of Dev Chat. 

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