Amazon GameOn connects players through friendly competition, but it can also bring developers and brands together in a unique way to engage their audience and reach new customers.
Mindstorm integrated Amazon GameOn into Word Fiends to easily run tournaments with real-world prizes each weekend and saw a huge spike in engagement and monetization.[Read More]
Starting today, you can download sales reports programmatically through the Appstore Sales Reporting API, with the ability to download compressedCSV files with transactional monthly sales data.[Read More]
With benefits like increasing user engagement and retention, it may be an easy decision to incorporate organized competition in your mobile game. But it’s harder to know where to start.
Today, we are excited to introduce Amazon Fire TV Cube, a hands-free 4K Ultra HD streaming media player with Alexa, allowing you to control your TV from across the room.[Read More]
It's easy to create basic game art. The next step is to add proper lighting, textures, and details. Whether you want to draw rocks, some foliage, or a giant robot, there’s a trick for every effect. Let's dive right in and have a look at different shapes, colors, textures, and other details![Read More]
We're excited to share that GameOn released another update this week. We've added additional reporting in the console so you can ultimately determine the popularity of your competitions and the level of player engagement.[Read More]
We are excited to announce the global availability of Amazon Creator, an online publishing tool that lets you create media-based Amazon Fire TV apps without writing a single line of code.
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]
We wanted to learn about the current sentiment and behavior around competitive mobile gaming among Amazon Appstore developers. So, we surveyed a pool of 1,290 U.S.-based developers published on the Amazon Appstore to get their thoughts.
In Japan, smartphone games that utilize IP are gaining popularity. On the one hand, this also means that meeting fan expectations can be a challenge. Gamegate shared their experiences developing the app, levaraging Amazon's catalog of existing Anime content, and using IP content.[Read More]