Sunday, January 15, 2012

New Kindle Fire Tips and Tricks Book

 

A fabulous new resource for those of you with the Kindle Fire

 

 

Product Description

There are Kindle Fire guides for people who need to know where the power button is, and then there are Kindle Fire guides for people who are ready to start having fun! Get the scoop on all the exciting discoveries since the Fire’s release, as we give you step-by-step instructions on how to do things that you won’t find anywhere else. (Rooting is not covered)

In over 30 articles and over 17,000 words, this guide featuring the best of the Kindle Fire Department blog includes such topics as…

Extending Battery Life
Optimizing the Silk Browser
Setting up Gmail
Parental Controls and Preventing Unintentional Purchases
Sending FREE Texts from the Fire
Sideloading Apps
Addressing Volume Control Problems
Sending Documents to the Fire
Using Cell Phone Chargers with the Fire
Managing Screen Brightness
Syncing iTunes
Streaming Videos from Your PC
Finding FREE Apps
Playing Apps on Windows
Using a Microphone with the Fire

And many more! 
The Kindle Fire Department blog is one of the most useful resource sites I've ever stumbled upon. I make multiple visits each day to check the FREE android app and Kindle book deals of the day, as well as tips and tricks and other price deals.

The Fire Department is currently giving away a free Fire, for those of you who may still be considering the possibility. You already know how much I LOVE mine! Hop over and enter HERE. The contest ends on Tuesday the 17th.

And for those of you who have already purchased a Fire, go HERE for the Compendium and discover how to make the most of your Fire's potential.

I can tell you that the info in this collection is AWESOME! I love Gadget, and these tips have never steered me wrong.  Love, love, LOVE!!  :-)

7 comments:

DL Hammons said...

I'm sending this to my wife RIGHT NOW!!! Thank you! :)

Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com said...

O neat! My hubby just bought one of these with his Christmas money.

DL Hammons said...

BTW....have you ever heard of PIXELOFINK.com? It has tons of free e-reader books available there. :)

Old Kitty said...

Erm....! :-)

I say bring back the pigeon!

LOL!

Take care
x

Gina Blechman said...

still trying to figure out whether to buy a kindle or not, but I'll save the link just in case. Thanks!

<3 Gina Blechman

Slamdunk said...

Yes, now that we are experimenting with these new contraptions, I should be exploring helpful tools such as this one.

Thanks for the idea Shannon.

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