It sure seems that way, according to Android Guys. They claim competing eBook apps such as Kobo and Aldiko don’t appear in search results when using the Amazon Appstore on a Kindle Fire tablet. Additionally, eBook reader developer BlueFire claims that while his app is listed as Kindle Fire-compatible on the Amazon Appstore, it too fails to show up in search results on the device.
We’ve not heard of many apps mysteriously not showing up in the Fire’s app list (presumably Amazon had lots of time to work on ensuring most apps on its store would…
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Is Amazon Deliberately Hiding Non-Kindle eReader Apps From Kindle Fire Owners? was written by the awesome team at Android Police.