The Amazon Appstore was updated to version 2.3.0 this week. This update brings some new features while fixing others. If you haven’t gotten the update automatically by now just go into the Amazon Appstore’s settings menu and manually check for the update.
The biggest new feature this update brings is the ability to choose how many megabytes you can download over a 3G or 4G connection. By default, the Amazon Appstore won’t download any app over a mobile network if the app exceeds 20MBs. Now you can choose to download apps up to 50MBs without needing a Wi-Fi connection. Those who have unlimited data through Sprint or another carrier (most likely from a grandfathered unlimited plan) should be happy to finally see this change.
Amazon also fixed a bug that would continue to show notifications even if you set up the app to not remind you of such things.
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