I love my Amazon Cloud Drive. I have my entire music library stored in it, and for a while I really enjoyed using this app to access it. However, I had to delete the app today for one very stupid, very preventable reason: It won't install to SD card, and insists on being stuck on my phone.
Let me back up a bit... I have an LG Optimus V, and it has a very limited amount of space on the phone itself; That's why I have an 8GB SD card installed. Most apps are just fine being moved to the SD card, where they function just as well as they did on the phone. A few apps lose a little bit of functionality from the move (such as being able to automatically open when you reboot the phone), but for the most part it has been a useful feature and it makes the difference between me using an app (Mirriam Webster Dictionary) and deleting an App and giving it a low rating (Dictionary.com).
The Amazon MP3 App has great functions, great features, and works wonderfully to connect me to my Amazon Cloud Drive... But it takes up 11 MB of space on my phone! That's not a lot of space if I'm putting it on an SD card, but it's a vast, bloated beast when it's trapped on my phone with its 178 MB of space. After you consider all the bloatware (Virgin Mobile piles it on) and Google's necessary apps (Google seems to think their apps are all too good to reside on an SD card, too), I end up with a very tiny amount of space to work with before I get the dreaded warning about running out of space.
And today it came again, and I finally looked at my Amazon MP3 app and realized that have to do away with it. I don't want to!