Amazon China Will No Longer Provide App Store Services Starting July 17
Amazon Appstore has sent out an email reminder stating that starting from July 17, Amazon China will no longer provide App Store services.
Dear Amazon Appstore customer,
We noticed that you have used or are still using the Amazon Appstore. This email is sent to inform you that starting from July 17, Amazon China will no longer provide App Store services.
If you have any questions, please contact Amazon customer service. We thank you again for your support and affection for Amazon!
Note from IT House: Amazon Appstore is an app store launched by Amazon. It is the official app store for its Fire OS system and a third-party authentic app store for the Android system. It was launched on March 22, 2011, and is currently available in nearly 200 countries.
Thanks to the Android subsystem of Windows 11, all users running Windows 11 can download and install apps through the Amazon Appstore on Windows 11.
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In addition, Amazon Appstore also has an App trial feature, where users can try out apps in their browser via Amazon EC2 cloud for half an hour.
As introduced, Amazon Appstore has a “free app of the day” plan. That is, the store provides a limited-time free app every day, usually a game. On the day of the Amazon Appstore’s launch, it released the Rio version of Angry Birds.