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I luckily did not have to buy this book. I read through the parts which as a kindle fire owner, I would be most interested in: the chapter about fun and productive apps did not reveal any hard to find or little known apps that would amazingly improve the experience. The author talks about apps like notepad and evernote, and games like Angry Birds and Where is my water. Wow, I never would have found those on my own. There is a whole chapter dedicated to the quickoffice app that comes pre-installed on the fire. For anyone who has ever opened it, it's very obvious that it's an app used for the microsoft office software suite. Unless you have just received a kindle fire and are using it as a coaster because you just don't know what to do with it, this book will be a complete waste of your time and money. Please don't bother buying it; it will not answer any questions you cannot easily find on google or any good tech review site.
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