Amazon Android Appstore: new details outed

Online retailer plans to undercut Google as launch nears

Cheaper apps revealed as store briefly goes live.

More news has emerged about Amazon’s Android Appstore, after it briefly went live online yesterday. The new app emporium is set to undercut Google’s Market with certain apps, as well as offering exclusives add-ons.

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The Android fanatics at AndroidNews.de found that out of 30 apps revealed while the store was live, 14 of them were cheaper than on Android Market. What’s more, titles like Call of Duty: Modern Warfare: Force Recon and Highborn will only be up for grabs from Amazon’s store.

Accessing Amazon’s apps will require Android owners to download the store itself from Android Market. The service is expected to launch in the coming weeks, with punters also able to buy apps online and load them up onto Android phones as they buy them from Amazon.

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Via Into Mobile