Amazon Adds In-App Purchasing to Appstore

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Amazon, following the lead of Apple and Google, on Tuesday announced that it will begin letting users make purchases within the apps offered via its Appstore.  The new in-app purchasing service allows developers to charge for digital content, such as upgrades, expansion packs, in-game currency, and magazine issues.  Read the full story at PC Mag

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