|Amazon is celebrating the one year anniversary of the Amazon App Store for Android with an Android App sale ... and even a chance to win an Amazon Findle Fire tablet. If you use Amazon Prime or Amazon on demand video or even the Amazon MP3 Store, this is a good chance for you to get in on news web services for your Amazon Cloud Drive or Amazon Android apps. There’s even free Amazon Kindle Fire tablets for eight winners who enter by March 31.
Today is day three ... and they've been announcing deals in line with what day of the sale it is. On day one one, they announced one app deal. On day two, they'll announce two Android app deals. Starting today, there will be three Amazon Android app deals. This will play out for seven days. "Customers have used the Amazon Appstore to test drive and buy millions of apps and games for their Kindle Fire and other Android devices in the first year alone," said Aaron Rubenson, director of Amazon Appstore for Android. "To thank customers for shopping with us, we worked closely with our developers to offer special discounts on some of the most popular apps all week long."
The Amazon Kindle Fire that launched last year is *primed* to highlightAmazon products and the Amazon on demand videoservice known as Amazon Instant Videofor Amazon-friendly customers, at a small price of $200. Which is a fair trade for Amazon Prime customers, who are more than willing to pay for an Android tablet computer that integrates well with amazon.com.
The data: four things you should know about the Amazon App Store for Android:
- The most popular app categories are games, entertainment and productivity. Popular apps include Angry Birds, Netflix, Hulu and Pandora Radio
- Amazon Appstore has titles have grown almost eight times from 4,000 apps to over 31,000 apps
- In the first year of the Amazon Appstore, customers spent more than 7,700,000 minutes test driving apps like Amazon MP3 for Android as well as ther Amazon Cloud Player
- Amazon Appstore offers a paid app for free every day