Amazon Launches A New App Store Called Marketplace.

Amazon is bringing to live new app store with tools created mainly for the help of its sellers, The app store will help sellers on Amazon to manage their inventory and orders. Amazon app store is Called the Amazon MarketplaceWeb Service (Amazon MWS) by Amazon and third-party developers having being properly screened by the company. According to a report by CNET, the Marketplace App store launches to sellers today.

From the record, there are now estimated numbers of about two million sellers on Amazon, including more than a million small to medium-sized businesses in the United States. Amazon MWS is an integrated web service API that allows sellers to share data about their inventory, orders and logistics with Amazon in order to automate more tasks. It also enables sellers to build apps for their own accounts and other sellers.

According to the company,  “many developers have innovated and created applications that complement our tools and integrate with our services. For this reasons and other beneficiaries, We have made the Marketplace App store to help businesses more easily discover these applications, streamline their business operations and ultimately create a better experience for our customers.”

The Marketplace App store is free for developers to join and use, but they are currently required to submit an application to Amazon and undergo a business and practices review.

One thought on “Amazon Launches A New App Store Called Marketplace.

  • June 1, 2018 at 10:23 am

    So, today I would like to share my view and top ten awesome online freelancing marketplaces among the hundreds of freelancing marketplaces. Alexander Mirza


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *