Amazon customers who have an Android device are able to use the app to check through product recommendations. You can also create wish lists, voice search, and scan items for easy mobile shopping.
Buy with one-click
Amazon’s Android app allows you to browse, search, share, compare, and shop from a selection of millions of products. Despite all of its positives, it doesn't offer a perfect experience.
Though it has some bugs, it makes it quick and simple to shop on Amazon. You can browse through a plethora of items available from around the world.
You sign into the app with your Amazon credentials. Prime users can stream over 2000 movies and shows while also enjoying priority shipping. Any user can benefit from quick check-out or use the ‘buy with one-click’ option. You can also save items to a wish-list.
It’s easy to find any specific product that you’re looking for. You can scan the barcode of an item with your camera, or browse through the various categories. The app also integrates with Alexa, which allows you to use your voice to search through products. Navigation is a breeze, as long as the app is functioning properly.
When you open the program, you’ll occasionally be directed to a blank page. You may even receive an error message that says something went wrong. There are time-out issues with sign-in as well. Another flaw is that the homepage is packed with ads, which get in the way of your browsing.
Where can you run this program?
This app requires devices with Android 5.0 or higher to run.
Is there a better alternative?
No. If you prefer not to download this app, you can use your web browser to access Amazon. Alternative eCommerce applications include eBay, Etsy, and AliExpress.
This app is usually functional and makes it easier to buy from Amazon and affiliated sellers, but it doesn’t always work, and the ads are very much in the way.
Should you download it?
Yes, if you frequently use your mobile device to shop from Amazon, this app is worth a download.