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Amazon announces an OS update for Kindle Fire HD and Kindle Fire HDX

Amazon released a firmware update for the Kindle Fire HD and the Kindle Fire HDX. Version 3.1 of the company’s custom Android OS brings a host of improvements to Amazon’s family of tablets.

One of the most notable features which the firmware update brings on board is the ability to wirelessly stream video content from the tablet to another screen. Supported devices include Samsung Smart TVs and PlayStation 3 consoles.

Other new features are related to Amazon’s own services. They include the ability to find and share books with Goodreads, organize your personal content with Cloud Collections, and free up storage by archiving content to the cloud with a single tap.

Furthermore, the update allows users to print directly from their Kindle Fire. It also brings enhanced enterprise features on board.

The new firmware is available to download over the air, or directly from Amazon.

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