Amazon, Kindle Fire users buying lots of content through apps

Flurry | China Economic News Service

More evidence that Amazon's Kindle Fire is pulling far ahead of other Android-powered tablets: A study finds the average Amazon app store user spent almost four times more money on in-app purchases than a user of Google's standard Android app store. Mobile analytics company Flurry measured purchases through popular apps available across iTunes, Google Play and Amazon:

Meanwhile, a report out of Taiwan says Amazon is preparing to roll out three new Kindle Fire models this year -- a "low-end" model like the current one, another 7-inch model with higher screen resolution, and a high-end model with a larger 8.9-inch screen.

Related: Personalized news aggregator Zite launches Android app (Zite) | Smartphones are half of all U.S. mobile phones, and growing fast (Nielsen) || Earlier: Tablet ownership nearly doubled in January (Poynter)

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