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Kindle Fire Development Essentials

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Kindle Fire Development Essentials

Publisher: Techotopia

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Kindle Fire is the first device from Amazon to move beyond ebook reading and provide a full tablet experience with a multitouch color screen and the ability to watch movies, read books and magazines, play music and install applications from the Amazon App Store. This book will cover the development of applications for the Kindle Fire.

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