Amazon Releases Kindle Fire Update

Kindle Fire
Kindle Fire
Kindle Fire

Amazon released a software update to the Kindle Fire that hopes to satisfy early user complaints. The update improves sensitivity to the touch screen and adds parental controls like limiting what content is viewable from the home screen. You can update the software by hitting the sync option in the quick settings menu. Read the full article at

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