Kindle Fire which according to Wikipedia, is a mini tablet computer version of the Amazon.com Kindle E-book Reader.
The Kindle-Fire tablet was announced on the 28th of September, 2011, the device has a color 7-inch multi-touch display feature with IPS technology and runs a forked version of Google’s Android operating system.
The Kindle-Fire Device is said to be one of the Affordable tablet available in the market as at when posting this and its really something to check out for.
If you own a Kindle-Fire Tablet device and what you use your device for majorly, is reading and entertainment alone, then my list of 4 best amazing kindle fire applications would really enhance your kindle Fire Usage and boost your experience with the device. More so, please be aware that Kindle Fire works with only applications downloaded from Amazon.com Appstore For Android and may not work with Applications downloaded from other Android downloading portals or sites.
Top 4 Best Amazing Kindle-Fire Applications
1. AndroZip Root File Manager
The AndroZip Root File Manager app is a powerful file manager that not only includes tools for organizing and finding your files, but also compresses files and uses drag-and-drop motions for its functionality. More so, It’s a full-service one-stop shop for all your file management needs. Guess it would be right to say that the apps sure works as its name implies for Kindle Fire device and Only costs $2.49.
2. DropBox App
The DropBox App is an application that allows you to save files from your desktop or laptop and access them from anywhere even on your phone or Kindle tablet device. The freemium file-syncing service takes all the pain out of putting your files from your pc to your kindle device, it works with photos, music, video, and office documents files onto whichever device you’re using at the moment including your Kindle Tablet.
Are you the type that enjoy playing multimedia files on your device? Then the CinexPlayer should come in handy to help enhance your multimedia entertainment. CineXPlayer can handle much more multimedia formats than the default tablet app can, such as MP3, MP4, Xvid, Mkv and a host of others. Its ability to integrate with Dropbox helps make file transfer to your Kindle easy. The app is cheap and cost less than $2.
Flipboard is an app which helps syncs all your social network feeds, plus updates from the blogs you read, plus professional editorial content, all turned into a stylish virtual magazine, It’s highly customizable in terms of content and also amazingly well designed and laid out, although i can’t guarantee that its the best virtual magazine you will ever find but it sure comes free and you have totally nothing to lose.
What Kindle Apps have you tried on or which would you recommend or what do you think of the 4 i have listed here?