Hoards of apps will be compatible right out of the box
The new KindleFireAndroid tablet will be launching officially next week. The new tablet will be one of the most popular items on Amazon for the holiday season and you can bet they will be hard to find. The Fire Android tablet will allow the user to read eBook from the Amazon store and do lots more. Amazon has announced some of the apps that will be available for the tablet from the 15th when it launches on.
The apps will include games, music, and movie streaming services. The users of the tablet will be able to download these apps using the Amazon 1-click payment option. These apps and services will be ready right out of the box and include things like Facebook, Pandora, Netflix, and Rhapsody along with games from Electronic Arts, Zynga and Rovio. The apps have been tested for compatibility already.
The apps that the Fire user downloads on the Amazon Appstore will be available on the Fire and any other Android device the user owns. One purchase gets the app for the tablet and your smartphone. Netflix will be one of the apps that is available. Check back we will be offering a review and impressions on the Fire once it launches.
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