Amazon Appstore gets updated to version 2.0

Screenshot_18G&E loves the Amazon Appstore. We've been telling you about it since the beginning and have shown you dozens of free apps that have saved you well over $30 dollars, told you how to download "WiFi only" apps via WiMAX, and even discussed some of Amazon Appstore's controversy.

Today, on the heels of the Kindle Fire release (I would still rather have an HTC EVO View 4G), the Appstore has been upgraded to version 2.0. 

It includes a clearly improved interface, the ability for developers to add in-app purchases, parental controls, and a sped-up experience. Another good feature is the ability to view an app's permissions, which is certainly necessary in an Android world full of potentially malicious files. 

You should be automatically prompted to update to the new version at some point, but if you can follow this link instead if you don't want to wait. I've also included a mirror so you can skip all the tedious steps Amazon normally makes you do.

Enjoy your free apps!

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Sam Sarsten

Sam Sarsten is a former contributing editor at Good and EVO, which was merged with Pocketables in 2012.