May 08 AT 1:18 PM Dustin Earley 4 Comments

Using Amazon’s apps on your Android device just got a whole lot easier


Amazon has steadily grown to be one company most of the Internet can’t live without. From shopping on, to reading with Kindle, to listening to music with Amazon MP3 and downloading apps from the Amazon Appstore, they’ve got a hand in just about everything these days. And if you’re using an Android device, using all of those services just a whole lot easier.

With an update to the Amazon app this week, Amazon users will be able to sign in once to the Amazon app and have all of their other Amazon apps work without doing anything else. By introducing Single Sign On, Amazon aims to get more users into more of their services. The less time you spend trying to sign into three or four other apps, the more time you spend shopping frustration free. Makes sense, right? Right.

Also included in this week’s update is a handful of bug fixes and fancy new icon. Head on over to Google Play to update now.


Dustin Earley: Tech enthusiast; avid gamer; all around jolly guy.

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  • Lamazon

    Amazon slavery

  • masterpfa

    About time too.

  • Lamazon2

    Now if they would release Amazon Instant Video as an Android app not on their line of shit tablets…

  • Albin

    This is good enough for me:

    Wish more retailers would optimize sites so that nuisance apps aren’t needed.