25 Best Kindle Fire HDX Apps

Anna Attkisson
Anna Attkisson
A lover of lists and deadlines, Anna Attkisson covers apps, social networking, tablets, chromebooks and accessories. She loves each of her devices equally, including the phablet, three tablets, three laptops and desktop. She joined the Laptop Mag staff in 2007, after working at Time Inc. Content Solutions where she created custom publications for companies from American Express to National Parks Foundation.
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  2. Peter Says:

    I’d add ArkMC to the list. It allows me to control all dlna devices in my home, watch movies from NAS on Kindle, control TV, stream YouTube from Lindle to TV.

  3. Levarep Says:

    I would add Evernote, Angry Birds and ArkMC applications.
    They are my favorite applications! :)

  4. Zero Says:

    There are a lot of apps on google play that you can’t find on the amazon app store. You have to either sideload them, a tedious process, or you can download them directly from sites like freefireapps.net. Download the app directly to your Kindle the run the file to install the program.

  5. Lynn Hartmann Says:

    I have a teenager who likes to write, do you have an app for beginning writers?

  6. Kay Says:

    I believe Drudge Report accomplishes Pulse’s functions just fine. I don’t need to download an app either. Just run it from Silk. Though I do think that Drudge Report should make an app. I’m not really familiar with other aggregate sites. I would try something else, but Drudge has been really good at digging up articles that I want to read so far.

  7. paul Says:

    I have older dell latitude e6410. Is there a Kindle Fire app I can use to view shows online? Charter Cable just announced service, but it’s geared to tablets, smart phones or Kindles. Charter as normal is no help.

  8. Bugs Bunny Says:

    Anna Whatever-yr-face. you are dumb and lying creature. Kindle(s) are remote controls to your wallet, nothing else. I just wonder did you even used one before spitting out this piece of disinformation? Cost of kindle about $200, plus another $160 for “memberships” and then little more, totaling price of decent full blown tablet in the first three months. Kindle store – sucks, amazon exercise TOTAL, control over everything you doing on your device, and little more…

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