Amazon’s Fire tablets are pretty great. They’re inexpensive, they have parental controls, and the newest ones even have expandable storage. But what they don’t have is Google Play. Fire tablets only let you download apps from the Amazon App Store, which means no Chrome, no YouTube app, no Lego Boost and no Photoshop Express.
And while a lot of apps make it over to the Amazon App Store eventually, there’s really no need to wait. I’m not a computer geek, and I managed to get Google Play on a Kindle Fire Tablet following instructions from the XDA Developers Forum, a discussion board for mobile developers. I’ve expanded on the instructions on how to get Google Play on your Fire Tablet and added screenshots to make it super easy!
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