Ever wished that your Kindle ebook reader had touch input? Amazon has heard your requests and has launched its latest tablet, the Kindle Fire, with a gorgeous, full color 1024x600 resolution on a 7-inch IPS display panel, the tablet is thin and light. Running on a modified version of Android 2.2 along with a dual core processor, the Fire definitely packs a greater punch than previous Kindles, it also places a vast array of songs, apps, books, videos and other media through Amazon at your fingertips.
Here's the our pick of top 5 apps for amazon kindle fire.
The speed, responsiveness and overall feel of YouTube's mobile apps does vary from platform to platform, but whatever phone you're using, YouTube access on the go is pretty much essential. Otherwise you might miss a kitten playing the banjo or something.
For choosing a DVD or solving those 'what was he in?' conundrums, mobile access to THE online movies site is a must, and the various official apps are all pretty smooth. Blackberry users feeling left out can visit Skweezer.com's mobile version of the site.
Twitter is much like a certain well known yeast-based spread, but if you're in the 'love' camp, then you'll definitely want the official app on your phone. Otherwise you won't know what Stephen Fry had for lunch till you get home, will you?
With over 170,000 recipes to choose from, Big Oven is one of the best recipe book apps we've come across. You can add your own recipes, store favourites in a personal folder, or find suggestions for using up your leftovers - all for free.
XE Currency Converter
XE.com's Universal Currency Converter is the leading currency website, and now you can have that same functionality on your phone - unless you're a Windows Phone user that is, in which case you'll have to be content with a mobile website for now.