Today smartphones and tablets are marvels of engineering materials with increasing power from one generation to the other. But in reality, applications are what makes the device. And a new application – Whether for fun, the sharing of productivity or location – can completely transform the way you use your mobile device. Yet the discovery that the new jewel can be both cumbersome and frustrating, with a seemingly endless stream of new titles and only a few screenshots to get an idea of what the software can do for you.
Amazon wants to lead in shopping for Android app users with its new Amazon Appstore for Android, officially opening its doors last week. You will find a wide selection of hit titles including Pac-Man, Doodle Jump Deluxe, Evernote, WeatherBug Elite, Zagat to Go, and Twitter – both for Android-powered mobile phones and tablets. But Amazon also offers access to Test Drive, a great way to try before pounding down your credit card on applications. Functionality that Engadget said is perhaps the most important part of the introduction of the AppStore.
Access via the browser on your desktop, Test Drive lets you explore Android applications to discover the real experience of the functionality of the application or game instead of relying on caches of static screens. But the best part is that it is not wrapped in a Flash video. You actually control the application through your computer via a simulated Android phone with your mouseFor a limited time, the highly anticipated Angry Birds Rio for Android IsAvailable ad-free in the AppStore for free Amazon. In addition, you will find a new free application every day to save you money with the free app of the day Amazon offers.
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