Shopping For Amazon Receives an Update, bringing Active Frame support and more

Today Tundra Core Studios released version 1.0.2 of Shopping For Amazon on BlackBerry 10. The new version of the popular shopping app brings the implementation of extended search integration, URL invocation as well as active frame support.

The native Amazon application has been further enhanced with new elements added to the app, based on your feedback, as well further support for the new and existing Amazon countries that are readily available within the application. The app uses a simplistic and clean layout to enable quick and easy browsing.

The notable additions in this latest version of Shopping For Amazon are:

  • Active Frame support to display recent searches
  • Enhanced Full Screen / Compact Screen support
  • Extended Search integration
  • Speed improvements
  • -URL invocation to open Amazon links within the app (press & hold an Amazon link you find anywhere across the BlackBerry 10 OS, click “Open In…” and then select ‘Shopping For Amazon’ from the list to open Amazon links within the app
  • Various bug fixes

The Active Frame support, Extended Search integration and the URL invocation truly makes Shopping For Amazon stand out from the crowd as it is now connected deeply into the BlackBerry 10 OS where you can see your recent searches on the active frame, search directly from your homescreen and open Amazon links within the app itself!

Shopping For Amazon is exclusive to the BlackBerry 10 platform and is now better than ever, offering customers a clean native application to shop on Amazon with currently the ability to currently shop on 13 different Amazon stores!

Get it at BlackBerry World

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