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Amazon offers in-app payments

Amazon announced Tuesday that it will accept in-app payments from its online marketplace, a move to compete more closely with the app stores from Apple and Google. The move should help Amazon generate more revenue from individual apps by making it in­cred­ibly easy for users to purchase additional levels, features or other items from the apps they’ve downloaded onto their Kindle Fire or other Android devices.
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