AT&T lifts bar on third party Android app stores

AT&T has finally agreed to uplift the bar on third party Android app stores and is planning to let Amazon be the first outside party to sell its apps to its Android customers.

As per AT&T, the company will require to make some updates in their systems and finalize its arrangements with Amazon before the deal is finalized. The company has promised to share further updates with their customers very soon.

Google has always taken pride in the fact that it has made Android as open as possible. But they have given the option to its partners to make their branded Android handsets as close to their own requirement as possible.

The reason for AT&T to lift the bar could be due to the fact that it received numerous complaints from its customers about their inability to get the new Angry Birds Rio game on Android, a game that is exclusive to the new Amazon app store.

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