Roundup: Top 8 Kindle Fire Apps

Kindle Fire and Fire HD are two of the most popular tablets on the market, but their true value is really a function of what you can do with them. The 25 apps that we’ve included on this list aim to help you use your Kindle Fire to its fullest potential by downloading a wide range of apps for entertainment, productivity, networking, and more. We recommend these 8 Kindle Fire apps.

AndroZip Root File Manager

$2.99

AndroZip Root File Manager is a powerful file manager that not only contains tools for organizing and locating your files, but compresses files and uses drag-and-drop motions for functionality. It’s an optimized Kindle Fire app as well as a full-service one-stop shop for managing all your file.

Astrid Task & Todo

free

Astrid Task/Todo is Astrid is more than just the perfect to-do list – it’s the personal assistant you’ve always wanted, with reminders, syncing capabilities, a widget for getting those reminders in front of you faster, and more.

Kindle Fire Video Converter

$35

Have trouble playing some of your media files on your Kindle Fire? Try Kindle Fire Video Converter. It handles all kinds of file formats that Amazon’s tablet doesn’t, such as MP4, MP3, Xvid, and others, so it can help you import media files to your Kindle effortlessly.

Flow Free

free

Flow Free is a simple yet addictive puzzle game that keeps your mind awake matching colors with pipe to create a flow whether you have 30 seconds of spare time or 45 minutes to kill while sitting in a waiting room. Each level is a progressively more difficult logic puzzle ranging from simple and relaxed, to challenging and frenetic, and everywhere in between.

Evernote

free to $45 per year for a Premium account

If you weren’t an early adopter of Evernote, a freemium note-taking and organization app that makes it easy to remember things big and small from your everyday life using your computer, phone, tablet and the web, there’s no shame in being a late adopter. Think of Evernote as your digital brain, a place to save your ideas, things you like, things you hear, and things you see. With an incredibly powerful search tool and plenty of space to store all your notes, Evernote is a must-have app on the Kindle Fire.

Flipboard

free

Imagine creating your own magazines with everything that matters to you from world news to life’s great moments and all your social network feeds, plus updates from the blogs you read and professional editorial content? Here comes the Flipboard! Flipboard may be the best digital magazine you’ll find.

Hulu Plus

free; requires $7.99 per month subscription

The Hulu Plus app is free to download, but a monthly subscription service requires a $7.99/month subscription to watch most contents including TV shows, movies, webisodes and other new media, trailers, clips, and behind-the-scenes footage from NBC, Fox, ABC, TBS, and many other networks and studios. The app also has a selection of free contents, mostly selected episodes or interesting clips from popular TV shows.

LinkedIn

free

LinkedIn mobile is where you can find and connect with over 200 million professionals, get the latest updates, and share your status. If you’re job hunting or self-employed, you can view and save recommended jobs through the site where to keep up with people, and especially for doing a little research on them before you meet. It’s a great app to have on a Kindle Fire for those moments on the go when you need to find a professional contact from your own professional network.

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