It's helpful to have the following information at hand before you start the submission process [b]Manifest File[/b]: A manifest file is required to validate ownership, launch URL and the permissions required for your web app.
https://developer.amazon.com/sdk/webapps/manifest.html [b]Icons and Screenshots[/b]: During the submission process, you need to submit icons and screen shots for your web app.
https://developer.amazon.com/sdk/webapps/screenshots.html [b]Optimizing for Kindle[/b]: You should optimize your web app to ensure the best possible experience. Please see the Best Practices Section.
https://developer.amazon.com/sdk/webapps/optimize.html [b]Availability[/b]: Before starting the submission process, you should consider the countries where you would like to distribute your web app through Amazon and the publish date on which it becomes available. [b]Description[/b]: During the submission process you need to enter a brief and detailed description of your web app, and it's feature set.
Hi AppMain, I did not understand your question well. If you are asking for the app submission guide, you can refer this link.
https://developer.amazon.com/sdk/webapps/submitting.html#App%20Submission%20Process%20Flow Amazon's web app runtime is built on the open-source Chromium project. It is GPU-accelerated and optimized for fluid performance on Kindle Fire. The runtime supports the latest HTML5 features and includes standards-based extensions that give you access to offline storage and location sensors. With the web app runtime, your web apps can achieve fluidity and speed approaching that of native apps. If these do not answer your query, please let us know what exactly you wanted to know.