Amazon has begun accepting web apps and mobile-optimized websites for sale in its Amazon Appstore for Kindle and Android devices, allowing developers to market their HTML-based wares to mobile users in over 200 countries. "By launching support for HTML5 web apps in the Mobile App Distribution Program, we're giving web developers …
I'm not familiar with the existing review process for the Amazon Appstore, but I assume it includes a degree of "safety checking" of submitted apps. However, if all that devs have to submit for webapps is a URL, what's to stop the dev changing whatever's at that URL to something malicious once that webapp is approved and goes live?
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