The world’s largest retailer opened its Amazon App Store in 2011. The app store is pre-installed on Amazon’s Fire devices and is a worthy contender to Google’s Play store.
With the release of Windows 11, Microsoft announced that its Microsoft store would allow access to the Amazon App Store, making it possible to run Android apps on a Windows-based PC.
There are currently more than 480,000 available apps in the Amazon App Store, including popular apps Minecraft, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Roblox, Spotify and much more.
The virtual currency Amazon Coins can be used to buy apps, games, and in-app purchases. Amazon Coins can be purchased as gift cards or rewarded through various channels.
One of the differentiators of the Amazon App Store is that besides the common APK apps, you can also submit HTML5 web apps to their app store.
Every new app is reviewed by Amazon staff before being published. That helps ensure they are safe to use and will work without hiccups.
Depending on the app type, we recommend many of our APK or HTML5 web app clients post their apps on the Amazon App Store to reach a wider audience. Some apps are not suited for the store, but we assist in making the right decision based on the type of app.
We also help app publishers meet publishing requirements, including uploading images, descriptions, tags, etc.
You can install the Amazon App Store here and gain access to it from your Android phone.