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[Deal] Spooktacular sale at Amazon offers $115 of apps and games for free

Posted by wicked October - 30 - 2014 - Thursday Comments Off


To celebrate Halloween, the Amazon App Store is hosting a Spooktacular sale that offers 40 apps and games for free. That’s a $115 value. Some notables include Plex, Endomondo Sports Tracker PRO, World of Goo, and Plants vs Zombies. They also have a few Halloween themed offerings like V for Vampire, Amelia and Terror of the Night, and Zombie Gunship.

You have until Saturday to grab these. Hit the break for the full list of games and apps, and hit the link at the bottom to start downloading.

  • ai.type Keyboard Plus
  • Alpha Wave
  • Amelia and Terror of the Night – Story Book for Kids
  • BeFunky Photo Editor Pro
  • Blocky Roads Pro
  • Boxer Pro
  • Braveland
  • Can You Escape – Adventure
  • CarbsControl – Carb Counter and Tracker
  • Devil’s Attorney
  • Easy Voice Recorder Pro
  • Endomondo Sports Tracker PRO
  • Eufloria HD
  • Eve of the Genesis
  • Fruit Ninja (Today’s Free App of the Day)
  • Gods VS Humans – Protect your Kingdom
  • Hidden Object – Haunted House 2
  • Human Anatomy Atlas
  • Icebreaker: A Viking Voyage
  • Knock-Knock
  • Lapse It Pro • Time Lapse & Stop Motion Camera • Professional
  • Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English 5 – Audio Edition
  • MoneyWiz – Personal Finance
  • Plants vs. Zombies
  • Plex
  • Repix
  • ScreenDim Full
  • Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Episode I
  • Timers4Me & Stopwatch Pro
  • Toca Town
  • To-Fu Fury
  • Trivia Crack (Ad Free)
  • Unpossible
  • V for Vampire
  • Web of Deceit: Black Widow Collector’s Edition (Full)(Kindle Tablet Edition)
  • Weird Park: Scary Tales
  • World of Goo
  • XnInstant Camera Pro
  • Zombie Gunship

source: Amazon

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Yesterday, we reported that Amazon were listing a handful of new color options and bands to pre-order for the Moto 360, but now it looks like all of the newly-listed products have been removed and the product pages pulled from the online marketplace.

If you were one of the lucky few who were able to reserve yourself an unannounced unit, you’re going to be pretty disappointed as Amazon is issuing a full refund to your account in order to compensate for any funds prematurely taken to cover the cost and shipping of the device, rather than putting your name down on a waiting list.

We imagine it won’t be too much longer until Motorola finally takes the wraps of these new colorways, but for now we’re going to have to wait for them to become official before we can add one or more to the basket.

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Amazon offering Moto 360 in several new colors and options

Posted by wicked October - 30 - 2014 - Thursday Comments Off

moto_360_stone_gray_strap_compare_regular_grayWhen the Moto 360 first launched, it was only available in a few colors. If you didn’t want anything flashy, the stainless steel and black finishes were okay, but I’m sure many of you have been waiting on something that sticks out a bit more. It looks like Amazon has finally listed a few new color options and bands for the Moto 360, so the wait is almost over.

If you want a Moto 360 with a metal band, you’ve got three options: a silver, black, or champagne colored watch with matching 23 mm strap. There is also an additional option for the champagne gold color with an 18 mm wrist band. It definitely seems like a more feminine option, but more choices are never a bad thing.

The only drawback to these metal band options is that the price jumps $50 to $299. The material is a little nicer, so the premium price is justified, but some of you may not want to put up the extra cash.

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Amazon is also offering the current silver-faced watch with a new “leather cognac” strap. It keeps the normal $249 price tag of the Moto X, so if you’re just looking for something that looks more like a traditional leather watch, it’s a great option.

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Are any of these new options enough to convince you to buy a Moto 360?

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Amazon steps up the Google competition with Fire TV Stick

Posted by wicked October - 28 - 2014 - Tuesday Comments Off

Amazon might have stumbled a bit when it went out of its comfort zone with the Fire Phone, but that isn’t going to stop the giant from taking risks, especially when it comes to its more established markets of video streaming. Some might see the Google’s Nexus Player as taking on the Fire TV, so it isn’t surprising that Amazon is biting back. The company has just launched the Amazon Fire TV Stick, a familiar HDMI dongle that is unabashedly poised as a Chromecast, and a Roku Streaming Stick, killer.

Considering it was the Google Chromecast that started this whole HDMI streaming stick trend, it’s only natural that competitors would measure themselves up against the progenitor. Naturally, Amazon isn’t content to be an “also has” and is selling the Fire TV Stick to be better, faster, and more powerful. It even has a neat little chart that says so. The Fire TV Stick, for example, has twice the CPU cores, twice the RAM and four times the internal storage of the Chromecast, raising the bar for similar HDMI dongles that have so far just remained within that lower range. It is also theoretically faster at streaming, with support for MIMO, though of course your network and your devices should be able to support those as well. And, something totally new, it has Dolby Digital Plus surround sound.


Unlike the Chromecast, but like Roku’s, the Amazon Fire TV Stick comes bearing its own remote control. This control is pretty basic and would probably meet all your needs save one: voice search (not exactly voice control). If you want to have that, you have two options. Either you buy a separate Fire TV Stick remote with that feature built-in, or you can opt for the software route and use the app available for the Fire Phone, Android devices, and soon iOS.

Of course, when you buy a Fire TV Stick, you aren’t just buying hardware. You’re buying into Amazon’s whole ecosystem, which happily includes over a dozen video and music services, with Netflix, Prime Instant Video, Hulu Plus, WatchESPN, NBA Game Time, Twitch, SHOWTIME ANYTIME, Prime Music, Spotify, Pandora, Vevo, Plex, A&E, PBS, PBS KIDS, WATCH Disney Channel, and just to name a few. And it’s not just the content sources either. As a full-blooded Amazon device, you get access to the whole shebang of features and services, like ASAP or Advanced Streaming and Prediction, which determines the show you might want to watch next and starts buffering it in the background, or X-Ray for videos and music, which lets you view information about the show, the artists and actors on your TV or on your Amazon Fire device. And there’s WhisperSync, which lets you pause content from one device and pick up just where you left off on another device. There are even some features that aren’t exclusive to Amazon’s devices either, like mirroring mobile screens via Miracast.


To compete with the Chromecast, the Amazon Fire TV Stick needs a competitive price as well. The retailer is making the dongle available for pre-order today at $39, $19 for Prime subscribers over the next two days. Sadly, unlike the bigger Fire TV, this doesn’t come with a free year of Amazon Prime but only a 30-day trial. The voice search remote control, which is completely optional, will cost an additional $29.99. Shipping starts November 19.


SOURCE: Amazon

Amazon launches $39 Fire TV Stick to take on Chromecast

Posted by wicked October - 27 - 2014 - Monday Comments Off

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The massive success of the $35 Chromecast inspired competitors to launch similar devices, with Roku, Mozilla, and even Microsoft announcing streaming sticks of their own. Now the Chromecast has a new and formidable competitor in the Amazon Fire TV Stick.

The Fire TV Stick costs $39, and is now available for pre-order, with shipping starting on November 19. If you’re an Amazon Prime customer and order in the next two days, you can have it for just $19, a very compelling price for what the Fire TV Stick offers.

First off, you get better specifications than with the aging Chromecast, including a dual-core Broadcom processor, 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of storage. For comparison, the Chromecast features 512MB of RAM and just 2GB of storage. Amazon also touts Dolby Digital Plus surround sound and dual-band, dual-antenna WiFi, which should ensure a smoother streaming experience.

Here’s the full comparison between Fire TV Stick vs Google Chromecast vs Roku Streaming Stick, per Amazon:

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The Fire TV Stick comes with a remote control that lets you control it without a connected smartphone or tablet. You get basic media playback controls, but you can also use the remote to play simple games – Amazon mentions You Don’t Know Jack, The Game of Life, and Flappy Birds Family. Note however, that you likely won’t be able to play titles designed for the beefier Amazon Fire TV $99 set-top-box fire tv stick 2

In appearance and basic functionality, the Fire TV Stick is very similar to the Chromecast – you simply plug it into your TV’s HDMI input slot, plug in the power adapter, and fire it up. From there, you get access to Amazon’s massive library content, including its own services, as well as Netflix, Hulu, Spotify and many more. You can also install apps and games, and you can mirror the screen of an Android tablet or smartphone to share photos, movies, apps and more.

Optionally, you can get a $29.99 remote control with voice commands support, or accomplish the same tasks using the Android app on your smartphone.

Like most of Amazon’s hardware products, the Fire TV Stick is designed to remove all effort from diving into Amazon’s vast vaults of content, from music and video, to books, and apps. The Chromecast is more open, but at least on paper, the $39 Fire TV Stick seems a very powerful competitor. Amazon’s ecosystem is very impressive, and considering the good price tag, the Fire TV Stick looks like a great purchase, especially if you’ve already opted for Amazon Prime.

We’ll be getting a Fire TV Stick for testing as soon as possible. Meanwhile, tell us what’s your opinion on Amazon’s new streaming stick.

Amazon goes after Chromecast and Roku with Fire TV Stick

Posted by wicked October - 27 - 2014 - Monday Comments Off


With the holidays approaching, Amazon is adding yet another media streaming device to their lineup. This one goes after Google’s Chromecast and the Roku Streaming Stick. It’s the Fire TV Stick, and it’s going for $39. A little more than the Chromecast, but it also includes a remote control.

The Fire TV stick is basically the same Fire TV product that is offered in the set-top box, but in a smaller package and without the games. The stick goes right into your HDMI port, and you can control it via the included remote control or fling content from Fire tablets or if you’re one of the very few people who own a Fire Phone. So you will be able to enjoy all the same content such as Prime Instant Video, Netflix, Hulu Plus, WatchESPN, and so much more.

The remote that comes with the Fire TV Stick doesn’t include voice, but you can upgrade to the same one that comes with the Fire TV set-top box for $29.99.

Now this is going to sound like an infomercial because there’s more…The Fire TV Stick is available for $19.99 for just two days for Prime Members (limit of 2 per customer). If you want to signup for Amazon Prime as a new member, you can still get the discount. However, if you pay the full price, you will still get one month free of Prime. You will just have to weigh those options and decide how you want to go about it.

You can pre-order your Fire TV Stick today, and shipments will commence on November 19. Don’t forget, the $19 promotion is for today and tomorrow only.

Click here to pre-order

Full Press Release

Introducing Fire TV Stick: The Most Powerful Streaming Media Stick—Just $39

Powerful hardware—dual-core processor, 2x the memory of Chromecast, dual-band, dual-antenna (MIMO) Wi-Fi, and exclusive features like ASAP for instant streaming

Best of both worlds: included remote control means simple and easy navigation, plus you can use your phone as a remote with the free mobile app that includes voice search

Simple and easy to use—features Amazon Fire TV’s award-winning user interface—just plug it in and you’re ready to stream in minutes

Vast selection of the most popular video and music services, including Netflix, Prime Instant Video, Hulu Plus, WatchESPN, NBA Game Time, Prime Music, Pandora, Spotify, and more for instant access to shows like TransparentHouse of CardsOrange is the New BlackGame of Thrones, and The Wire—plus the largest selection of movies and TV episodes to rent or buy from Amazon Instant Video

Fling or mirror content from your phone or tablet directly to Fire TV Stick

For two days only: as a thank you to new and existing Prime members, Fire TV Stick is just $19

SEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct. 27, 2014– (NASDAQ: AMZN)—Less than seven months ago, Amazon introduced Amazon Fire TV, and it quickly became the best-selling streaming media box on Amazon. Today, Amazon is bringing the same experience customers love about Amazon Fire TV—ease of use, great performance, and vast selection—to a smaller and even more affordable device. Introducing Fire TV Stick, a small stick that connects to the HDMI port on your HDTV for instant access to movies, TV shows, music, photos, apps, and games. Fire TV Stick is just $39 and is available for pre-order starting today at and will ship November 19. As a thank you to new and existing Prime members, Fire TV Stick is available for two days only for just $19 on

“Fire TV Stick is the most powerful streaming media stick available—a dual-core processor, 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of storage, dual-band and dual-antenna Wi-Fi, included remote control, voice search with our free mobile app, easy set-up, an open ecosystem, and exclusive features like ASAP for instant streaming,” said Jeff Bezos, Founder and CEO. “The team has packed an unbelievable amount of power and selection into an incredible price point—Fire TV Stick is just $39.”

Fire TV Stick delivers instant access to a vast selection of content, including the most popular video and music services such as Netflix, Prime Instant Video, Hulu Plus, WatchESPN, NBA Game Time, Twitch, SHOWTIME ANYTIME, Prime Music, Spotify, Pandora, Vevo, Plex, A&E, PBS, PBS KIDS, WATCH Disney Channel,, and more. The number of video services and games available on Amazon Fire TV has tripled in just seven months, with more services and games being added every week. You can also rent or purchase over 200,000 movies and TV episodes from Amazon Instant Video, which has the world’s largest selection of videos to rent or buy, including new releases and blockbusters.

Amazon Fire TV Stick features:

  • The most powerful streaming media stick—Dual-core processor, 1 GB RAM, and 8 GB storage for fast and fluid navigation and instant search results. Fire TV Stick has 50% more processing power and 2x the memory of Chromecast; it has 6x the processing power, 2x the memory, and 32x the storage of Roku Streaming Stick—this results in faster and more fluid navigation, plus more storage for apps and games. It delivers stunning 1080p HD video and immersive audio with Dolby Digital Plus surround sound. All of this power comes in an incredibly small package—Fire TV Stick is the size of a pack of gum.
  • Simple to set-up and easy to use—Arrives pre-registered so you can simply plug it in and start streaming in minutes. Features the same fast and fluid user interface as Amazon Fire TV, with big, beautiful images and easy-to-discover content.
  • Includes a remote control—Customers have told us they want to use a remote control, not just their phones, to watch TV. Now, everyone in the household can watch movies and TV shows without borrowing your phone—use the included remote to easily navigate and discover movies, TV shows, apps, and games.
  • Free Fire TV Remote App (with Voice Search)—If you prefer to navigate using your phone as a remote control, the Fire TV Remote App for Fire phone, Android phones, and coming soon to iPhone, lets you navigate and manage playback from your phone. The app also features voice search that actually works—it is powered by the same voice search engine as Amazon Fire TV, enabling you to simply speak the name of a movie, TV show, actor, director, or genre into your phone, and you’re done.
  • Fast, reliable streaming—Fire TV Stick features dual-band, dual-antenna Wi-Fi with MIMO for fast and reliable streaming. Chromecast only has single-band, single-antenna Wi-Fi.
  • Instant streaming with ASAP—No more waiting for your movies and TV shows to buffer—ASAP (Advanced Streaming and Prediction) predicts which movies and TV episodes you’ll want to watch and buffers them for playback before you even hit play so videos start instantly.
  • Fling movies and TV shows from your phone or tablet—Fling movies and TV shows from your Fire tablet or Fire phone to Fire TV Stick, turning your TV into the primary screen and freeing up your phone or tablet to provide playback controls, a customized display for X-Ray, or simply a place to email, browse the web, and more, while you watch a movie. Fire TV Stick supports standards like DIAL so you can also fling services like YouTube, Spotify, and coming soon, Netflix, from your Android phone or iPhone.
  • Mirror your phone or tablet display—Wirelessly mirror your tablet display to your Fire TV Stick from Fire tablets, Fire phone, and Miracast-enabled phones or tablets including devices from Motorola, Samsung, LG, and Google without any additional apps or software.
  • X-Ray for movies and TV shows—Using Second Screen on your Fire tablet or Fire phone, you can see X-Ray information as your movie or TV show plays on your TV via Fire TV Stick. See information about cast and crew, the names of songs as they play, as well as a list of music in the movie or TV show, trivia items in context with the action on the screen, and character backstories so you can easily remind yourself of the character’s history. X-Ray is exclusive to Amazon and is powered by IMDb.
  • X-Ray for music—Lyrics display and scroll line-by-line automatically as the song plays, so you can follow along with songs.
  • Great for casual gaming—Play your favorite casual games like Monsters University, Ski Safari, and Flappy Birds Family.
  • Personal photos and videos—Play slide shows and choose your favorite album for the screen-saver on Fire TV Stick. Photos or videos you take on your phone or tablet can be automatically uploaded to Amazon Cloud Drive, so they appear on your Fire TV Stick.

Fire TV Stick is not a gadget—it’s a seamlessly integrated service that brings together the features customers expect from Amazon, including:

  • Whispersync—Amazon’s Whispersync technology saves and synchronizes your video and music library across all of your devices. Start watching a movie on your phone or tablet, and when you get home, pick up where you left off on your TV. For games that support Whispersync, your place in the game will also sync across devices so you can always pick up where you left off.
  • Watch on hundreds of devices—When you buy a movie or TV show on Amazon, you can watch it on hundreds of devices, including iOS, Android, and Fire OS devices.
  • Worry-Free Archive—Automatically backs up your Amazon digital content in the cloud so you never need to worry about losing your collection.
  • Top-Rated, World-Class Customer Service—When a customer shops on Amazon, buys a Fire TV Stick, or buys digital content from Amazon, they know that they are also getting Amazon’s world-class customer service. Customers with a Fire HDX tablet or Fire phone can also use the Mayday button to receive 24×7, free, live, on-device tech support for all their Amazon devices.
  • Free Month of Amazon Prime—Amazon continues to invest hundreds of millions of dollars to bring Prime members new movies, TV shows, songs, and books to enjoy at no additional cost. Prime members enjoy unlimited, commercial-free, instant streaming of tens of thousands of movies and TV episodes with Prime Instant Video. Eligible customers get a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime when they purchase Fire TV Stick.

Fire TV Stick is available starting today for just $39—order at As a thank you to Prime members, Fire TV Stick is available for two days only for just $19 on Customers who are new to Prime can sign up for a free trial and also receive this special price.

You can also choose to upgrade to the Amazon Fire TV Voice Remote for $29.99.

Eligible customers get a free 30-day trial of Netflix and Amazon Prime when they purchase Fire TV Stick.

About Amazon opened on the World Wide Web in July 1995. The company is guided by four principles: customer obsession rather than competitor focus, passion for invention, commitment to operational excellence, and long-term thinking. Customer reviews, 1-Click shopping, personalized recommendations, Prime, Fulfillment by Amazon, AWS, Kindle Direct Publishing, Kindle, Fire phone, Fire tablets, and Fire TV are some of the products and services pioneered by Amazon.



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Amazon Appstore merged into main Android app

Posted by wicked October - 27 - 2014 - Monday Comments Off

Your online shopping craving, whether they be for the digital kind or physical goods, can now be satisfied with more ease and convenience. Amazon has finally combined two of its shopping apps into one, putting the app-centric Appstore right inside the regular shopping app. Now you won’t have to hunt down the APK for the Amazon Appstore just so that you can get your daily dose of Free App of the Day or access your Prime Instant Videos.

Previously, if you wanted to get access to Amazon’s exclusive apps and deals, you’d have to install the Amazon Appstore separately from the main Amazon Android app. That wouldn’t be much of an issue if the Appstore actually existed in Google Play Store but it doesn’t, perhaps because of highly competitive and biased practices. You’d have to hunt down the APK from Amazon’s website, which isn’t always easy to find. Thankfully, Amazon has now incorporated that section of its retail empire into a single app.

Amazon didn’t actually make a big splash about it, which it probably considers not newsworthy enough. In a sense, it is only a byproduct of another announcement, the availability of Prime Instant Video on Android smartphones via the Amazon Appstore. But in order to make that new experience easier and more seamless, it had to do something about the status quo. Hence the changes to the main Amazon Android app.

Android apps and games can now be accessed via the “Shop by Department” button on the Home screen or by drilling down to the Apps & Games section of the sidebar. This section, of course, complies with the main app’s design, so you will be met with a dark on light color scheme instead of the original Appstore’s dark aesthetic. Other than that change, however, users will have access to the exact same features of the standalone app, which means great news for shoppers and bad news for their wallets.

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Amazon UK Nexus 9 orders delayed until mid December

Posted by wicked October - 27 - 2014 - Monday Comments Off

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Delays. If there’s one thing I’ve learned covering Android and tech in general, it’s that delays on highly anticipated devices often happen. Sometimes they happen for good reasons, such as tightening up a few loose edges or making beneficial hardware changes. At other times, the reason can remain unknown or is simply due to stock issues or an unorganized launch **cough cough Nexus 4** .

For whatever the reason, would be Nexus 9 owners will need to be patient for a bit longer, as Amazon UK has apparently pushed the shipping date for the device to at least mid December.

Some UK customers that placed orders for the Nexus 9 recently received a message from Amazon UK informing them of the news, and when they reached out to Amazon to find out the reason behind the delay, they were told it was “based on the manufacturer’s decision, and the date mentioned by the manufacturer and supplied by the supplier.” While that doesn’t provide a black and white reason for the delay, some information is certainly better than none.

While this will certainly come as disappointing news to many, there is another option that could get the device in your hands quicker if you don’t feel like waiting. As of right now, it has only been confirmed that this delay applies to Amazon UK orders, meaning that Google Play is still scheduled to ship the Nexus tablet on November 3rd. So if waiting isn’t your cup of tea, you could always head over to Google Play and make your order there.

For those that haven’t heard about this highly anticipated device, you’re looking at a Nexus device being made by HTC with a 8.9 inch screen, 1536 x 2048 resolution, 2GB of RAM,  an Nvidia Tegra K1 dual core processor, an 8MP front facing camera, and the brand spanking new Android 5.0. For $399 you can get your hands on the 16GB wifi edition, $479 will get you the 32GB wifi edition, and $599 can land you the 32GB LTE version of the tablet.

Again, the delay so far only applies to Amazon UK orders, and so far we have had no reports of Google Play orders or other retailers being affected. However, according to Paul O’Brien of Modaco, the delay may not be limited to Amazon UK:

There’s no official word from Google or HTC on the UK availability of the Nexus 9, but we’ll keep an eye out for any developments. Keep it locked to Android Authority for updates and additional Nexus 9 news!

Amazon launches App Store in main Android app

Posted by wicked October - 24 - 2014 - Friday Comments Off

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Before now, the only way to download apps from the Amazon Appstore was to download the apk for the Appstore online, and then download apps. Last month, however, Amazon launched the functionality to download apps through the official Amazon app. All you have to do is head to “Shop by Department,” and you’ll find a new category called “Apps & Games.”

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Kindle Fire HDX 7″ bundled with Fire Phone, only from AT&T

Posted by wicked October - 24 - 2014 - Friday Comments Off

Amazon has just announced a new deal that will make you buy the Kindle Fire HDX 7-inch tablet finally. The new tablet is now available in AT&T stores and online for only $49.99 starting today, October 24. The affordable price is offered ONLY when you buy it with the Amazon Fire phone.

This is a limited offer so don’t waste your time. t’s already a good deal to get both the Kindle Fire and the Amazon Fire phone. If you don’t want the phone, you can just get the 32GB variant of the Kindle Fire HDX 7” for $99.99 with a 2-year contract or at $10/month without any downpayment and no annual service contract. Be willing to pay $199.99 if you want to purchase the tablet outright without any contract.

The 7-inch Kindle Fire HDX is an Android tablet that can be a great tool for entertainment, education, and some relaxation. Play games, surf the web, chat with friends, check you social media networks, and watch TVs shows and movies right on the Kindle Fire. The Fire Phone, also powered by Android, comes with one year of Prime so you can access media content for free. You can also enjoy Prime Music or read books from the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library.

Kindle Fire HDX tablet features X-Ray, a special function that lets you search for key phrases and characters while reading an e-book, movie trivia while watching, or lyrics to a song while listening to music. The tablet’s Dolby Digital Plus audio system allows high-quality surrond sound and optimized audio profile.

Specs of the tablet include a high resolution display for vivid images, 2GB RAM, and 2.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor for faster app launches and multi-tasking. The Kindle tablet is based on Android but it runs Fire OS 3.X Mojito user interface for easier navigation. You can easily connect to the Amazon Appstore and the cloud services.

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The Amazon Fire HDX tablet is ideal for children because of the FreeTime feature. With this feature, parents can create profiles for their kids and set what apps, games, videos, or books they can access. They can set limits as to what the kids can access on the tablet.

You can purchase the Amazon Fire HDX 7-inch with Fire Phone from AT&T.


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