About Kindle Fire
What can't the Kindle Fire do? This handy tablet is a media lover's dream. Not only is it an ebook reader that can hold thousands of your favourite tomes, which makes carrying heavy books around obsolete, and contains access to bestsellers available in seconds, delivered wirelessly, but it also offers you film watching, music listening, and game playing, along with a fast Internet browser and a wide range of applications. As far as tablets go, it's an affordable option that doesn't skimp on features. The Kindle Fire was the newer version of the standard Kindle, which only operated in black and white. There have since been two different sizes of the Kindle Fire released, and they offer high-definition versions, too. If you're trying to decide between an iPad and a Kindle Fire, many experts recommend the Kindle Fire, instead. The price is much lower, and it offers just as many options. For bibliophiles, there is no other option; it's simply the best. The Kindle Fire bookstore offers more books than any other e-reader device. Cool applications keep kids and adults entertained, and you can even flip through the pages of your favourite magazines on the go when you have a Kindle Fire. The Fire first came out to stunning reviews in 2011, and it runs on the Android operating system. Although it's still second to the iPad, the Kindle keeps coming up with new and better features to ensure that people still adore the Kindle Fire, and continue to purchase it and recommend it. You just thought you were addicted to your phone; wait until you see the Kindle Fire.