Appy Pie, a cloud-based mobile app builder, has announced the Support for Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD Apps. The Kindle Fire HD is an improved version of the Kindle Fire and comes in 7 and 8.9 inch models and will support HTML5 Apps.
“Appy Pie already allows Users to build apps for all the major platforms, including iOS, Android, Windows 8 and Blackberry 10, so adding support for Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD was a natural step,” said Abhinav Girdhar, CEO at Appy Pie Inc.
“We are always looking to integrate new features that we think would be of Great benefit to our Users and adding support for Kindle Fire HD apps was a step in the same direction, as this will help millions of users to easily create and publish mobile apps for the rapidly growing Kindle Fire market, and distribute them to millions of new users via the Amazon Appstore,” he further added.
The Kindle Fire has already proven to be a great source of revenue for developers and the Kindle Fire HD will most assuredly continue that trend. Interested developers should try to get their apps out sooner rather than later using Appy pie’s App Maker.
Earlier, Appy Pie has added Support for Windows 8 apps and BlackBerry 10 and Passbook, a new feature of iOS 6 platform. In April this year, Appy Pie launched out-of-beta launch after months of closed testing. Born in New York in 2011, Appy Pie presently helps in producing more than 5000 apps month using the service.
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