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Neil Ballantyne asked

Which devices to buy for testing?

Hi, Thinking of porting some Android apps to the Kindle Fire store. Some questions from the naive: Are the physical devices worth buying for testing? (Are the emulators good enough? Can you distribute test APKs to the Kindle Fire devices?) Which devices are worth buying for testing? If testing on an 8.9", would testing on a 7" also be necessary? Which devices are the most popular? (This would affect the answer to question 1). Thanks, Lenny
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I personally think if some one didn't actually spent some time on andriod device, it is difficult to make money by making app
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Hi Lenny_mob, Thank you for writing to us. If you are planning port the apps to Amazon App Store, I would suggest you to buy at least on device (preferably Kindle Fire HD 7" - the most popular one) to test your final product. However, the Kindle emulators are good and can be trusted.
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