The Indian tech giant is set to roll out a new app for free on Android devices in the country.

The app will allow users to access their Amazon accounts from anywhere and will allow them to search for the products and services they need without having to switch to a different app.

The new app will be available for both the Android and iOS platforms, which are expected to launch in the first half of 2019.

The Amazon App will have a wide range of services, from reading books to watching movies and listening to podcasts, and will offer a range of options to browse the product catalog and see what other people are buying and selling, Amazon said.

It will be a new feature for Android users and is likely to be similar to Google’s search feature.

Amazon also plans to release a separate app for iOS users in the second half of the year.

The launch of the Amazon App is part of Amazon’s push to make the Indian market more appealing to foreign investors.

The company has recently acquired Indian app developer, Kalaikal, and has also invested in several Indian startups, including Flipkart and Snapdeal.

Earlier this month, Amazon opened up an Amazon App store in India, and recently launched a new online video platform.