From your Kindle Fire HD 7", you can play and download music stored in Amazon Cloud Player and shop for MP3s in the Amazon MP3 Store.
From your Kindle Fire HD 7", you can purchase music from the Amazon MP3 Store.
To purchase music from the Amazon MP3 Store on your Kindle Fire, you must have an Amazon account with a valid 1-Click payment method.
After you buy music, it is saved to Amazon Cloud Player and stored in your music library. Tap Library to download or stream your music.
You can download or stream your Amazon Cloud Player music on your Kindle Fire HD 7".
To download or stream music, make sure your Kindle Fire is connected to a wireless network. For more information, go to Check the Status of Your Wireless Connection.
The Cloud tab includes all music in your Amazon Cloud Player. The Device tab displays all music you've downloaded to your Kindle Fire and can be played without a Wi-Fi connection.
You can use the Amazon Music Importer on your computer to transfer your personal music collection to your Kindle Fire HD 7".
Add your compatible music files to your Kindle Fire by importing your personal music collection, including music purchased through iTunes, to Amazon Cloud Player using the Amazon Music Importer on the computer where your music collection is stored.
Learn more: About Amazon Music Importer
Parental Controls allow you to individually restrict access to web browsing, videos, purchases, apps and specific content types, like books or magazines.
You can transfer music stored on your computer to your Kindle Fire HD 7".
The Music library supports the following file types: .mp3, .m4a, .midi, .ogg, .wav, .ac3, .and .eac3. Music with Digital Rights Management (DRM) is not supported.
After you are finished listening to music, you can remove albums and songs you downloaded to your Kindle Fire HD 7".
Any songs purchased from the Amazon MP3 Store are stored in the Amazon Cloud and can be downloaded to your Kindle Fire again.
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