Kindle Fire Receives Performance-Improving Software Update

Amazon has recently updated its Kindle Fire tablet software to a version numbered as 6.2.1. The updated version brings a few new features and addressing several bugs.

With an update, the Kindle Fire users can now set a password lock o Wi-Fi access and the available that enable you to choose which item to appear in the carousel.

Although, Amazon has never acknowledged the performance issues publicly, the current update is undoubtedly designed to rectify some over and over reported issues. The latest software version not only improves the mutability and performance of the tablet, but also improves the touch navigation responsiveness on the fast-selling tablet.

It is an over-the-air update that will be delivered to the owners of Kindle Fire automatically. However, if you want to update your tablet software manually for any of the reason, click here to have the instructions.

If you have already updated your tablet’s software, do let us know about your experience about the latest update. Have you noticed any improvement over the previous version? Amazon is working hard to make it tablet a true competitor of Apple’s iPad. Although, Amazon currently considers it a rival to iPad, we believe that Kindle Fire still has to go long way to become a true competitor of iPad.

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