So for those who publish apps in both, Where are you seeing most of your volume/sales come from?
That and you will notice their "free app of the day" are apps that rise to popularity through the regular android market. Amazon uses the App of the Day gimmick to entice you into buying it there...Jaxidian said:From what I hear, the Amazon Appstore is a joke unless you get your app to be the free app of the day, which it then only brings in money on that one day. Overall, the Amazon Appstore has really hurt for-money Android devs because people are much less likely to buy an app while waiting to see if it pops up for free.
I've noticed this with most apps coming from the Amazon App Store....there updating process is as bad as some of the worst phone companies and updates to android...baldmike said:A lot of the apps on Amazon are not current either. For example. Juice Defender Plus is being sold on Amazon as version 3.4.4. I believe the current version is 3.5.6. Of course I didn't find this out until after I purchased it from Amazon, although it was off a gift card I won. Anyway, I contacted Latedroid (JD dev) and they said they sent the current version to Amazon, but Amazon hasn't got around to testing it yet, and don't know when they will... Hell, by the time they do test it, there may be a newer version. Unless it's a free app, or the app of the day, I'll make my purchases from the Android Market from now on.
That would probably be TiBu causing this based on your settings tying the Amazon apps to to the Market.moosc said:what gets me is my market can't tell difference between amazon and Google so my Google market tries to update those apps and they fail and just sit in my update window
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