How to install Amazon's appstore on your Android

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Posted by on Tuesday April 22, 2014 at 15:24:36:

I've had an Android device for quite some time, the Samsung Galaxy Y Pro duos but one problem I've been having is getting access to Android apps. One of the few sites where I get Android apps on my Android is from the Opera appstore but that is a bit limited.

As a Kindle user, I already had a couple of apps in my account which I could download to any Android device such as a mobile phone or tablet but for some time, that had only being limited to my Kindle tablet.

After having my Kindle for a while and seeing the wide array of apps listed on the Kindle store, I've been hoping to at least connect a secondary device to my account and what could be better than a highly portable mobile phone?

I guess it was time to connect my mobile phone to the Amazon android store and this is quite easy as long as you've got a good internet connection and and Amazon appstore app.

Yes, there is an app that can allow your Android phone to connect to the Amazon appstore and hence your account. This would allow you to access the same apps you have access to on your Kindle as well as be able to buy and download new apps.

How I did it
- First I Googled for Amazon appstore for Android and got this link:
- Proceeded to download and install the app
- Allowed 3rd party installations on my mobile phone
- I opened the app after installation.
- Entered my amazon username and password
- Sign into your account
- Browsed for a couple of apps
- Downloaded some free apps
- I also downloaded apps on my Account by going to Apps > Cloud

After downloading an app like car racing or Temple Run, you can open it from that application by goong to Apps > Device or just opening it from your phone > Apps

Things needed
- Android phone
- Amazon appstore apk file
- Internet access
- Amazon account


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