by Christine Torralba, 1 year ago
During last week’s CES 2012 event, Research In Motion (RIM) showcased a new device called the PlayBook OS 2.0. While many got excited for its upgraded and native email client, more people got interested in…
One of the apps that got an update recently was Amazon Mobile, which has been bumped to version 1.4. Checking out the update page, Amazon was pretty straightforward with its description, saying that the update makes the app compatible with ICS. Amazon also noted that the a “new and used” crash issue experienced by some on their Galaxy Nexus has been fixed.
It’s good to see that with ICS getting ported to many devices, officially and unofficially supported, mobile app developers have also started preparing their apps so that it’ll run just as smooth as the previous Android version.
The link to the Amazon update may be found here.