Back in December, Amazon’s app disappeared from Google’s servers. The Google Play Store has rules, and the most important rule they have is not to use your app to sell other apps. Google wants to control where your apps come from, and allowing others to sell apps back-handedly is very much against the rule. Rather than pout, Amazon did something about their trouble with Google Play. Amazon has taken its popular app and taken it underground, literally. Amazon has an app called Amazon Underground that can only be gotten via Amazon.
Of course, to make Amazon Underground work, you have to first allow your phone to download third-party apps. For most instances, that’s a horrible idea, but this is Amazon, and if you get the app from their servers, it’s pretty safe. You turn on to allow third party stuff, then you turn it off until you need to install or update the apps you load covertly through Amazon’s app store. That will give you flexibility and the apps you crave for your addiction.Technorati Tags: amazon app, amazon app store, amazon underground, amazon underground app, apps, google, google play, underground apps