Guide to Install Google Play on Kindle Fire without Rooting

Kindle Fire


Amazon has made a remarkable variety of gadget and e-book readers that provide a boundless user experience and remarkable hardware specifications at an appealing humble rate. The Amazon Kindle Fire tablet offers extraordinary worth to its users by giving smooth utility where it counts the most. In any case, unfortunately the one major issue with these tablets is Amazon's request that users buy videos, music and applications through the official Amazon store while excepting access to the Google Play store although these tablets run on the Android OS. This would have been suitable if the Amazon store could satisfy all of our needs but tragically, it is genuinely lacking in the app department making us wish that we had the Google Play store in its place.
 



The Kindle Fire is a cheap and powerful tablet that runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system. One of the downsides to the Kindle Fire is that, it just allows users to get to Amazon's App Store. Though other more overpriced Android tablets give users access to the expansive and endless Android Market. If you are looking to get to the whole Android Market from your new Kindle Fire, you can install the Google Android Market. Following are five simple steps for downloading any Android app onto your new Kindle Fire.
 

How-To Download a Google Android App onto Your New Kindle Fire:
  1. Go to the settings of your Kindle Fire by tapping the top most part of the screen. Click More... Once you're in the Kindle Fire settings, click on Device. Where it says “Allow Installation of Application”, modify settings for your Kindle Fire from Off to ON.
     

  2. Using the Silk Web Browser on your Kindle Fire, search for 4shared.com. Scan for any Android Application that you might want to have on your Fire. Make sure you add .apk to your search to find the suitable Android app.
     

  3. Download the app to your Fire.
     

  4. At the point when the download is finished, click on the document in the pull-down bar.
     

  5. Install the new app. And you are done!

 

Note:The Kindle Fire can install any application in the standard Android APK design, yet I insistently recommend just install applications you've moved over from a phone or downloaded from a main application store. You can see Apk’s downloadable from numerous pirate sites on the Internet, yet I don't suggest that, even for free applications.

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