Linked by Anonymous on Fri 7th Jan 2011 19:31 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Amazon is preparing to open an Android app store to compete with Google's Android Market, and has launched a beta portal where developers can submit applications for Android-based smartphones. The applications will be sold on the Amazon Appstore for Android, which the company expects to launch later this year, according to information on Amazon's developer portal. Users will be able to shop for applications from their PCs or from their smartphones, and pay with their existing Amazon account.
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Google constantly rejects things
by emerson999 on Sat 8th Jan 2011 05:51 UTC
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Or, it might be better to say that google market does and google checkout does. Google market/checkout is HORRIBLE. I've been trying to get a problem fixed with my account for almost a month now, and it's a nightmare trying to actually get anyone to talk to you. I thought people were exaggerating until I actually experienced it myself. I can't even GIVE them money, from the US, from a valid credit card. It's maddening.

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