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Best Kindle Fire Apps

Amazon’s Kindle Fire is a red hot item. At a $199 price point, Kindle Fire is giving the iPad a run for it’s money. But you know that already, that’s why you bought one, now it’s time to load it up with apps. having trouble deciding what to get? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.


Books, movies, magazines and games! Oh yes, the Kindle Fire has great games too.

When downloading apps for your Kindle Fire, remember you can download Android apps too, you don’t have to look just for Kindle Fire apps, however Kindle Fire or HD apps are going to be optimized for display on Android tablets, including Amazon’s new tablet, the Kindle Fire.

Hulu Plus
Price: $7.99 a month
Rating: 4 out of 5

While Amazon offers tons of video content on its own, Hulu, one of the most popular streaming services is having a coming out party on Kindle Fire. Hulu’s been around a while – their Kindle Fire app lets you watch your favorite television shows without paying per episode.


In Angry Birds, evil pigs have set up shop in a happy kingdom, wouldn’t that make you angry?

Angry Birds (Kindle Fire Edition)
Price: $4.99
Rating: 5 out of 5

Probably the world’s most popular app on any tablet, Angry Birds is a simple game that takes a lifetime to master. Hurl an angry bird into a pig fortress and try to do as much damage as possible. Sounds simple doesn’t it? It is, and incredibly addictive…You were warned.

Monkey Preschool Lunchbox
Price: $1.99
Rating: 5 out of 5

At some point that new Kindle Fire is going to be highjacked by your 5 year old, and then you’ll want to have some games loaded on it for them. And games with monkeys go right to the top of any list. Games with monkeys that teach your kids things probably rank even higher.

Monkey Preschool Lunchbox is one of the best preschooler apps, in it kids play match games, learn colors, shapes, numbers and more. Six different mini-games all change with gameplay. Kids collect stickers as rewards for completing the tasks.

Fruit Ninja
Price: $1.99
Rating: 5 out of 5

Who says you can’t play with your food? use your finger to slice and dice your way to victory. This casual game has three different modes: Classic, Arcade and Zen and countless numbers of levels. The premise? Slice the food that appears as quick as possible. Super additive


Pandora is the most popular free music streaming app in the world.

Pandora
Price: Free
Rating: 5 out of 5

Instant music for free right to your Kindle Fire? There is only one way: Pandora. Sure there are other apps out there that do the same thing, but Pandora is the king. Create your own radio stations, like Elvis? Create a station that serves up “The King” and artist that sound like him.

Guitar – Virtual Guitar Free
Price: Free
Rating: 4 out of 5

Until there’s the equivalent of GarageBand on the Kindle, individual music apps like this one will have to satisfy the rock star inside you. The app is easy to use, freely strum or choose from over a 100 available chords. You can combine the chords to create a song. You can save and share your songs, or just rock out with your Amazon Kindle Fire.

Make Your Own Apps
Maybe the app you’re looking for isn’t on this list. maybe you’ve got an idea for an app of your own? You can learn how to design and build games for the Android mobile platform or if you prefer, learn app development for iPhone and iPad. Mobile app development, like tablets, are the future of computing – and entertainment. People want to take it with them and why not, great devices like the Kindle Fire put the power in your hands.

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