FourFourtwo, an app that makes it easy to find books and other digital content in the Amazon ecosystem, is now available for free in the US and Canada.
It’s also available in more than 70 other countries.
Amazon is currently in talks with the US Department of Education about giving it the same treatment, according to the company.
The app will be available for $3.99 per month, and it supports Kindle devices.
The site is now selling it on Amazon Prime and other retailers.
The company is currently using its own data to generate the data that is used to create the app.
Amazon has long struggled with piracy.
The App Store’s search results have been riddled with ads and reviews, as has the app’s reviews.
Amazon has said that the app has been downloaded more than 10 million times and that it’s helped people find books they may not have been looking for.
The app will work on Android, iOS and Windows phones, and Amazon is currently targeting both older and newer Android phones with the new app.
The developer, Alex Yap, said in a blog post that the new release is more user-friendly than its predecessor.
The team has also said that it plans to add a feature that allows users to quickly check the availability of other digital products on the app, which is currently not available on the desktop version.