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'Jetpack Joyride' for Android

The much loved game on iOS was recently released on the Android platform. And, boy, did it take a long time. While waiting, I had to fill the missing gap with clones such as Jetpack Soldier and Run Run Bear (which for some reason is no longer available on the Market).

Now I can enjoy the real deal. Though, there is one caveat. Amazon App Store, which has been restricted to the US for a while.

Yesterday I received an email from Amazon to download the app and did not need to fiddle around to get it running. This is assuming that you are already downloading apps from outside of Google Play, where your device would be enabled to install from 'Unknown sources'. If not:
  1. On your device settings, tap Security. If you don't see that then tap Applications
  2. Confirm Unknown Sources is checked. If not, tap the Unknown Sources checkbox. Tap OK on the Attention alert that displays. Now you can install Android apps from outside of Google Play.
Once you have downloaded Amazon App Store and logged in you can grab Jetpack Joyride.

Now I can throw away the Jetpack Joyride clones and play the real thing!



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interesting blog. It would be great if you can provide more details about it. Thanks you.

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