• coversnails

    The appstore seems to be an awful lot quicker since the update. Previously opening the store would be an exercise in laggy frustration!

  • http://twitter.com/ajac09 Anthony Evans

    faster but no where near as fast as the play store. Heck I've got high end games that move faste with much more going on.

  • Matthew Fry

    I've disconnected myself from the long arm of Amazon. The appstore requiring an Internet connection to run apps purchased through it was ridiculous. It would take a lot more than a spunkier snazzier UI to bring me back, if ever.

  • efan

    i cut all ties with amazon. they require an internet connection at all times and you need to have the app store installed to use the apps. and i only really used it for the free app of the day and after a few good ones they got pretty lame. so the incentive was gone. i bought the apps in the playstore either when on sale or with my 25 dollar credit for buying a nexus 7 and i'm good. never going back.

    • Paul_Werner

      Same here, the multi user issue was my last straw on my Nexus 7. I only used it for Angry Birds Rio on there.

      My Epic 4G is a different story though, I still have it for App 2 SD Pro and Soundhound Infinity. Probably should cut ties with it too but I don't want to pay $8 for apps I've been using for free

  • Simon Belmont

    Lately, I've noticed the Amazon Appstore sitting around 2% of my total battery usage. It never used to do that.

    It's getting to the point where I am just going to disable it. Is this update only for Android 4.2 and up or can Gingerbread ROMs get it too?

  • Floss

    Thank god that was starting to drive me up a wall

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