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Amazon AB Testing for Android Developers Announced
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Amazon AB Testing for Android Developers Announced



Richard Harris Richard Harris in Android Thursday, December 6, 2012
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Amazon announced a new way for developers to test functions of their apps without actually releasing the app to the general public today,  through a service called Amazon A/B Testing

The service is built on Amazon Web Services and  lets you easily optimize your apps by distributing tests to only a portion of customers and observing how successful each test is before deciding whether to launch it to everyone.
A/B Testing uses the Amazon Insights API to communicate with the services required to execute a test. 

The service is free to any Android developer releasing apps through the Amazon appstore.

Read more: https://developer.amazon.com/sdk/ab-testing.html

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