Amazon Kindle Fire supports side-loading of apps

If you were wondering about the app side-loading support on Amazon’s Kindle Fire, we have good news. Kindle Fire indeed supports app side-loading and it has not pulled up one of AT&T’s antics from the past to keep you away from non-trusted apps.

As always in an Android device, you can allow the “Installation of Applications from Unknown Sources” in setting menu and voila, you just need to transfer the APK to your Kindle Fire and navigate to the APK using Estrong File Explorer or any of them (which are available in Amazon Appstore) and you can easily install the app.

You can also use Getjar Appstore, but according to the user experience so far, it is not turning out to be a viable alternative but still you can try and get one of the free gold apps. Just navigate to their mobile page and install their appstore client and you are good to go.

PS: B&N Nook App works great on Kindle Fire (ironic :P)

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