The following updates have been made in the Appstore submission process and docs.
|January 25, 2023||Documentation Update: Added clarifying information to Fire OS and Android API levels section. Specifically, minimum API level requirements are enforced for
|September 28, 2022||Documentation Update: The developer account permissions table has been updated to be more clear on which role has permission to update the different types of app information on the App Information tab.|
|November 1, 2021||In-app purchasing now supports the Mexico marketplace (Amazon.com.mx).|
|February 19, 2021||Due to requirements for Android, Amazon will enforce minimum API level requirements for Fire OS 6 and Fire OS 7. See Device Filtering and Compatibility for more information.|
|January 20, 2021||The Amazon Appstore sales reports added transaction identifiers (UserID, Receipt ID, and Order ID) fields, which will help you link your internal customer accounts and Amazon accounts. See Sales Reports documentation for more information about the new fields.|
|Sept 28, 2020||Mexico was added to the list of marketplaces where you can specify a currency for paid apps. However, Mexico does not yet support paid apps or apps with IAP items. (Any app with the IAP SDK will be blocked in Mexico — only free apps are available in the Mexico marketplace.) More details about support for Mexico appear in a note in the Charging For Your Apps section on Step 3: Add Availability & Pricing.|
|Aug 28, 2020||Added a Firebase Alternatives section in "Migrating An Existing App to the Amazon Appstore." This section provides Firebase alternatives, equivalents, or other options when migrating your app over to Amazon.|
Note: Previous release notes were published as posts on the Amazon Appstore blog (with an Announcements tag).
Last updated: Jan 25, 2023