Deep down inside, Kindle Fires are actually Android tablets — the only trouble is, Amazon has layered so much of a skin on top of it all that you can’t normally use Android’s main app store, the Google Play Store. The Amazon Appstore, which comes bundled with Kindle Fire devices, only has about 600,000 apps, so it would be great if you could access Google Play’s library, which boasts 2.8 million.

With access to that many apps, older Kindle Fire devices can find new purpose by installing the Google Play Store, and it’s actually not that hard to do. This is especially helpful as an inexpensive… more


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