Amazon has released a free software update, Fire OS 3.1, for the new Kindle Fire HD and Kindle Fire HDX tablets on Monday. New Fire OS 3.1 is now available with many new features including Goodreads integration, Second Screen, Cloud Collections, enterprise support and much more.
Amazon rolled out Fire OS 3.1 for its new generation of Kindle tablets on Monday. Fire OS 3.1 is a free software update. It is now available for the $139 Kindle Fire HD, the 7” Kindle Fire HDX, and the 8.9” Kindle Fire HDX. Amazon will automatically deliver thus free, over-the-air update in the coming weeks. Amazon has also given the opportunity to download and install the update now from its official website.
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Fire OS 3.1 update brings new features like Goodreads integration, Second Screen, Cloud Collections, enterprise support, bring-your-own-device (BYOD) support, wireless printing, Voice dictation, 1-Tap archive, new accessibility enhancements and a dozen more new features with improved battery life, performance and bug fixes.
Amazon Kindle Vice President, Peter Larsen said, “The response to our new family of Kindle Fire tablets has been fantastic, and we’re excited to add new features we think our customers will love."