Amazon is killing off its Underground Android app marketplace

Amazon's free Android app program is nearing its end

Amazon's free Android app program is nearing its end

All support for the program will end in 2019. Fire tablet customers will be able to continue to enjoy their already installed apps and access the Underground Actually Free store, but access will not extend to any additional devices. Luckily, this gives these developers some time to ideal their app before time runs out, as they won't be able to once they reach the deadline in 2019. The program offers thousands of premium apps, games and even in-app items at no cost, including extra lives, unlocked levels, unlimited add-on packs and more. In case you'd still like to like to try it out, you'll need to visit its official website on your phone or tablet to install it, since it's not available on Google Play.

Amazon is shutting down its Underground Actually Free programme in its mobile marketplace in 2019.

Amazon is ending a promotion on its online store that lets people download certain apps for free. Amazon did say though that Merch by Amazon is a way where app developers can turn images and characters into wearable items, such as t-shirts.

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While the good news is that Underground will still be available until 2019, so you have the services and the support until then. These apps often times were not available on Google Play Store, so there was a level of exclusivity with those apps and in-app items available on the Underground platform. Amazon has only said that no new apps or in-app purchases will be coming to Underground after May 31. "Customers can buy Amazon Coins at a discount, while developers continue to get their full 70 percent revenue share". Amazon just announced that Underground is going to be shutting down this summer.

Fire Tablet users will be able to use previously installed apps from the program, but "access to the Underground store will not extend beyond now supported devices".