I recently bought a Kindle Fire HD8 (7th Gen), and have been using a GPD XD (with Legacy Rom, so it's seen as a Nexus 5) and a Sony Xperia XZ for Android Apps.
I have been trying to download some of the "Actually Free" apps available on the Amazon Appstore. The strange thing is that I can only view these while browsing Amazon on a computer, not on my devices. I thought I could order them, but the 'Send to Device' button (or whatever button would be in place of 'Buy') has been replaced with the message "This App could not be remotely delivered to your devices."
If I could access the apps on my device, this would be fine, but they're not showing.
Has anyone else came across this, and is there a solution?
Well... I was blatantly lied to by an Amazon staff member, then.
I heard about this, and asked the representative that I was dealing with if Amazon Underground was being discontinued. I was assured that this was just a rumor... and that I would be able to download these apps.
Hello NayrEXE and thank you for inquiring about the Amazon Underground Actually Free program. I am sorry if one of our agents provided some incorrect information. Please note that we have decided to discontinue this program, with all support for the program ending in June, 2019.
As Bob mentioned above, access to the Underground Actually Free catalog will not extend beyond currently supported devices on Fire tablets, and ended in Summer, 2017 for Android devices. While no new Underground Actually Free apps will be added to the Underground store after May, 2017, you can continue to enjoy the Underground Actually Free apps you already have installed on your Fire tablet and Android devices.
The Amazon Appstore now offers access to hundreds of thousands of apps, and many are free to download.
In addition, Fire tablet customers also have access to the Fire for Kids Unlimited subscription program, which offers customers unlimited access to over 13,000 age-appropriate books, videos, educational apps, and games.