Amazon's other Kindle products are strictly used as eReaders. The Kindle and Kindle Touch eReaders have gained notoriety because of their unique, paper-like screens. These screens are easy-to-read in all types of ambient light. However, they don't have all the incredible capabilities of Kindle Fire.
Kindle Fire is much more than just a simple eReader. This small tablet computer is currently competing in the market with other tablets such as Apple's iPad, Samsung's Galaxy, and Toshiba's Thrive. With a vivid, full-color screen, Internet browsing software, an application store, and other incredible features, the Kindle Fire takes tablet computing to a whole new level.
If you're holding a shiny Kindle Fire in your hands (or better yet, if you're reading this eBook on your Kindle Fire), it's time to press on and discover all the things your Kindle can accomplish.
With helpful tips and tricks, information about applications and navigation, child safety features, and even a little sneakiness, you can fully customize your Amazon Kindle Fire to perfectly suit your reading, surfing, and computing needs.
Let's get started!
Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: Not Just an eReader
Chapter 2: Getting to Know Your Kindle Fire
Chapter 3: Navigation and Keyboard
Chapter 4: Helpful Applications
Chapter 5: Customizing Your Kindle Fire
Chapter 6: Extending Battery Life
Chapter 7: Child Safety Features
Chapter 8: Upload Your Media to Kindle Fire
Chapter 9: Miscellaneous Tips and Tricks
Chapter 10: What Amazon Doesn't Want You To Know
Chapter 11: Kindle Fire HD Guide