Here’s what you missed last week on the Amazon Developer blog:
If you are one of the millions of developers who create apps and games with Unity every day or are considering developing with Unity, you won’t want to miss our latest free webinar—Integrating Amazon APIs in Unity—hosted by Peter Heinrich on Tuesday January 31st. Reserve your spot now!
Meet the Sugr Cube, a portable minimalist Wi-Fi speaker system now with Amazon Alexa. Sugr Cube is inspired by modern minimalism, combining natural wood materials with a customized neodymium full-range driver that delivers rich sound and bass that can be heard and felt.
The first episode covered how to integrate the Amazon In-App Purchasing (IAP) API into your Unity game. In our second episode, we walk through the 7 easy steps for implementing the Amazon IAP Unity plugin from importing the plugin to fixing the manifest file to be able to receive IAP callbacks from our servers.
According to the Newzoo 2016 Global Mobile Market Report, the average revenue per paying user (ARPPU) on the Amazon Appstore is $23.40, 3.2 percent higher than the Android average. Download the report to learn more about global app market and areas of opportunity for developers.
Jon Stovall, owner of Bethesda Systems, shares how he discovered Amazon’s Alexa development tools and APIs and developed a concept for Amazon’s Alexa-enabled home booth at CEDIA 2016.
Students at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas participating in the 2017 Decathlon are rethinking the way we live. Using Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Amazon Alexa, these students are determined to create integrations that make it easier for users to operate and understand their home.
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