With Kindle active content, you can add software--such as games--to your Kindle.
Kindle active content is available on Kindle DX, Kindle 2nd Generation, Kindle Keyboard, Kindle (5-way controller), Kindle Touch, and Kindle Paperwhite.
Some active content titles may not be available for all Kindle models that support active content.
You can download Kindle active content from the Kindle Store just like you download books and other reading materials. Like books, most Kindle active content can be accessed on up to six Kindles, as long as the Kindles are registered to the same account.
Kindle active content is currently only available for U.S. customers.
Free trials of a selection of Kindle active content are available. If a trial is available, it will be noted on the title's Amazon.com product detail page.
Once you've download a Kindle active content trial, it will appear with "[Trial]" at the beginning of the title on your Kindle's Home screen. If you decide to purchase the full version of the title, your high scores, completed levels, and other data from your trial are not transferred to the full version.
Active content trials are not archived. Once deleted from the Home screen, they will not appear in your Kindle's Archived Items folder. However, you can download the active content trial again from the Kindle Store.
Occasionally publishers of active content release updated versions of their titles. Active content titles you have previously purchased can be updated and resent wirelessly to your Kindle from the Amazon product detail page for the title.