|Your Kindle Fire comes with Amazon Music built-in. There's nothing to install - just tap 'Music' from the Home screen to play, download, or shop for music.|
How do I import music from my computer?
Import your music from your computer to Amazon Music and you will find it waiting for you in your Kindle Fire where you can play or download your music. Your Amazon MP3 and AutoRip purchases are saved to your music library for free, and you can import other music from your PC or Mac, even if your music was purchased from iTunes or ripped from CDs. Import the first 250 songs for free or up to 250,000 songs for £21.99/year. Learn more.
Go to Amazon Music and import your music now:
How do I play music on my Kindle Fire?
It's easy. Simply tap Music from the Home screen to access your library, then stream it or download it to listen offline. Learn more.
How do I buy music on my Kindle Fire?
You can shop for more than 30 million songs - just tap Store to browse Amazon's wide selection with the same low prices you can find on the Amazon Music website. Learn more.
How do I play my music library on other devices?
With your music library, you can enjoy your music wherever you are. In addition to Kindle Fire, you can stream your music on the web, download to your PC or Mac or install on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch and Android phones and tablets.
Tap the Music tab on your Kindle Fire home screen to launch your music library.
Select the artist, album, song, or playlist you want to play.
Or tap Store to buy a new album or song and play it on your Kindle Fire.