The Amazon app store icon for “Animes” is an anime theme, a spokeswoman for the company told The Verge.
The app’s description of the theme reads: “If you love Anime, you will love this app icon.”
The app has over a billion downloads, and Amazon has shown a desire to push more anime titles into its own app store.
The company has also released an animated “Animated” logo to its app store, as well as other logos and banners that look like they’ve been animated.
Amazon’s app icon has been in use since 2013, and has since been used to showcase the company’s apps.
A new version of the app was released last year, and it’s also been featured on the front page of Amazon’s homepage and Amazon’s YouTube channel.
“Animates” has become a trending phrase on Twitter.
While the term “Animate” has been used as a title for an entire genre of anime series, the term itself has been around since 2014.
It first came to light during an episode of the Japanese anime show “Attack on Titan,” which featured a group of teenagers and their robot companion, named Titan, fighting a massive army of aliens.
The episode’s title was a pun on “Attack the Block,” an episode in which the group of kids fought a giant robot monster.
(Titan and the robots in the episode are also called “Animals.”)
The term “animes” has since evolved into the title for several more anime series.
The phrase “Animus” was used in a 2013 episode of “Naruto,” which showed the group battling giant robots.
And the phrase “anime” has also become a title of its own, as a popular Japanese term for anime.
An animators website called “NekoAnime,” which describes itself as “the world’s most popular source of anime-related material,” has over 2 million registered users.
While Amazon does not make any claims to being a home for anime, the company has been known to use the term in advertisements and promotional materials, including a 2015 commercial for a TV ad campaign featuring anime characters.
Amazon is not the only company that has used the term.
In 2016, Google made an animated TV commercial featuring a robot named Robot Boy, which has since appeared in various YouTube clips.
And in the spring of 2017, the U.K. Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) ruled that a Japanese ad campaign that featured the character Takumi Tachibana, a character in a Japanese anime series called “A Certain Magical Index,” was illegal, as the series had no license to advertise in the U and UK.
The ASA ruled that the commercial violated the “commercial values” of the term, and “was offensive to children.”
Amazon’s use of the anime theme is a new trend among app store apps.
The “Anurag,” a popular app for viewing video on YouTube, has been using the phrase in recent months, and recently made an announcement about its new app theme.
“The theme is called Anurag and is the result of years of working closely with Google to create an immersive experience that is visually appealing and fun,” the company said in a blog post about the change.
“We are excited to be releasing it for all users in the coming weeks.”
The company also updated its description of its app icon with the term: “An anime theme.”
It also updated the description on its own website, and added “animate” to the title of the animated logo.
“Nashio and friends” in the anime title, an image of a man in a tuxedo and glasses, and a black box in the background.
An image of the character Shiro and his pet cat, Chibi.
An illustration of a cat in a kimono, in a series of black-and-white drawings.
An example of an animated version of an anime character.
“an animator” in an animated image of an animal, a person dressed in a suit, and in the middle of a crowd.
An anime title in the upper left.
An animated version with the word “an” in black and white.
A cartoon of a group holding hands.
An illustrated version of a large number of dots in the center.
An animation of a person holding a large apple.
A drawing of a woman holding an apple.
An drawing of an apple falling down.
An illustrative drawing of the scene of a robot with two arms and legs.
An abstract drawing of two people holding hands and dancing.
An “an anime” tagline on a wall.
An unedited version of one of Anuragg’s original animated videos.
An updated version of “Anaruag,” which features the words “an anime,” and an animated video of the main character, “Anaku.”
An illustration with the phrase, “an otaku” in a black and gold font.
An edited version of another of Anaruag