How to download and install Android apps on Kindle Fire?
It is possible to install the Android apps, furthering your journey on the path of turning the Fire into a full fledged Android Tablet. If you want access to all of the apps on the Android platform (including all of Google’s great apps) on your Kindle, you’ll want to get the Android Market on there. The process is somewhat difficult and for those who are less tech savvy, it may not be worth the risk.
However, if you're looking to download a few Google Android apps without the hassle of rooting your Kindle Fire, we offer you five easy steps for downloading any Android application onto your new Kindle Fire adapted from Kindle Fire Tips.
How To Download and Install a Google Android App onto Your New Kindle Fire?
1. Go to the settings of your Kindle Fire by tapping the top part of the screen. Click "More..." Once you're in the Kindle Fire settings, select "Device" Where it says "Allow Installation of Application" change your Kindle Fire settings from "Off" to "On"
2. Using the Silk Web Browser on your Kindle Fire, search for 4shared.com. Search for any Android Application that you would like to have on your Fire. Make sure you add ".apk" to your search to find the appropriate Android application.
3. Download the application to your Fire.
4. When the download is complete, click on the file in the pulldown bar.
5. Install the new application.
You can transfer a variety of content from a Windows or Mac computer to your Kindle Fire through a USB cable (sold separately), including music, videos, photos, and documents. When your Kindle Fire is plugged into your computer, it will appear as a removable mass-storage device, and then you can transfer video to Kindle Fire which mainly supports MP4 video format, so if you want to video to Kindle Fire for playback videos perfectly on Kindle Fire, you should convert video to MP4 video for Kindle Fire compatible with Kindle Fire Converter first.