Amazon launched a new shopping app on Android called Underground, which is a collection all of the free apps offered throughout the Amazon Appstore. Underground gathers and displays apps and games that are “actually free” as Amazon calls it — with no hidden costs like in-app purchases.
Amazon says users of Underground have access to over $10,000 in free apps and in-app purchases through Underground that would normally cost them if purchased through Amazon’s regular Appstore. But unless you are one of the hundreds of people still using the Fire Phone, it’s still a pain for most people to install any apps from the Amazon Appstore on an Android device.
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