5 Best Kindle Fire Apps You Must Have
The Kindle Fire is the best budget option for those looking for a tablet device, especially if it’s for entertainment and simple home computing. Though its price is its main attracting factor, it’s the tablet’s performance and use that makes it a keeper. For that, you need a solid bunch of apps to make the tablet really worthwhile. Here are the five best Kindle Fire apps you must have:
Watch full seasons of your favorite TV shows with a Hulu Plus subscription using its official app. Right now, it’s the best streaming option for primetime entertainment on the Kindle Fire, and the cheapest too. You get to watch shows the day after they’re aired and you don’t pay per episode.
All the top TV shows on the top TV networks are available. The app has been updated to be fully compatible with the Kindle Fire and is free to get, but you do need a Hulu Plus subscription at $7.99 per month.
Trillian is an all-in-one instant messaging app, which allows you connect to AIM, Google Talk, and all other popular chat networks. Chat with your buddies on AIM, IRC, ICQ, MSN, Yahoo! without the hassle of logging into multiple networks. Currently, there’s no other app that does this for the Kindle Fire. Needless to say, if you love instant messaging, you definitely need to get it.
The newest update includes bug fixes along with a chat history viewer. Now you can keep track of all your conversations in one neat and easy to use app, and it’s free to boot.
If you’re a blogger looking to do your posts on the Kindle Fire, the Tumblr app is the best you can get. It’s been configured to be very easy to use on a tablet, and you can post text and photos handily. An additional feature of the app is it lets you find stuff from your favorite sites so you can have something to post.
Share your photos, videos, links and text with the nice Tumblr community. You can also interact with your contacts via messages that you can view with the free app.
The note-taking app Evernote has evolved to be more than just a notepad, now allowing you to store photos, notes, screen shots, and web pages without worrying about losing them since they’re stored in the cloud. It syncs with any Evernote app or software on all of your devices so you can access all your stuff no matter which you’re using.
It’s the best way to manage all the stuff you find on the web and to keep track of your lists and other things to remember. You can write reminders, jot down notes on a project, collect recipes you want to try or even keep a personal diary, all for free.
MOG Music is the best streaming music service available in Amazon’s Appstore. You can get unlimited access to millions of songs in MOG’s library for just $9.99 per month. What’s great about this is you can download and store them on your Kindle Fire so you can listen offline.
If you love a lot of artists and bands, MOG Music is an affordable way to get to listen to a lot of music on the Kindle Fire since you don’t have to pay per track or album.
These are the best Kindle Fire apps we've found to date. Found an app you recommend? Let us know so we can feature it!
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