I am planning to create a developer account and submit my Android app on the Amazon App Store.
I have special concerns in regard to the ability to deliver app updates (new apk files) without the risk of giving users a broken app (it could happen) that they have paid for.
So I am wondering about various scenarios.
One of them could be the following:
-The app is free with in-app purchase of license that unlocks some functionalities (or the like).
-The app is distributed/published in two versions on the App Store: the normal version and a "stable" one, that is, an older version of it with the same apk name that is well-known for working correctly.
-The user is informed of the existence of the "stable" version so to go for it in case of bugs/issues on the normal app.
-The two apps share the purchased license so the user has not to purchase the other app
Does this make sense on the Amazon App Store? Any other way to proceed?