Average rating: I’m very happy with it and it has some great features. I do like the adjustable amber tint, but I also really like the ability to invert the colors to white print on a black background. This is … Read more
Average rating: I’ll preface this by saying that I own an iPad, and was not expecting a $99 tablet to perform at anywhere near that level. I have followed the early reviews closely, and after seeing enough satisfied customers, I … Read more
Many people complain that their e-book readers cannot be used for browsing the Internet or checking email. Others are happy with their tablet but claim it lets them down in terms of raw reading experience. As the saying goes, you … Read more
Life is all about making hard decisions, isn’t it? While trying to choose between Kindle Voyage and Kindle Paperwhite might well be considered a first world problem by some, it certainly can be a real dilemma if you’re … Read more
If the search for the ideal e-book reader or confusion has brought you here, you’re in luck! While many consider Kindle to be the unrivaled king of the e-readers, there are some worthwhile alternatives. The Barnes & Noble Nook has been keeping Amazon … Read more
Average rating: Great toyreal tablet. It is basically a real Fire 7 tablet, with kid’s built-in entertainment center. There are 2 modes here: Parent (admin) and Kids (one or multiple accounts). When in Parent mode (password protected), the Fire 7 … Read more
After grueling years of being unable to share books even with your spouse or siblings regardless of the number of Kindles and Amazon devices people own, things have changed… Finally, sharing books is now possible through the Family Library. How … Read more
Most gadgets are only as good as the apps they can support. This is especially true for tablets. We bring to you 11 of the best apps for your Fire tablet in no particular order of merit.