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Quality performance and design
Videos, games and web content look and sound amazing in vivid Full HD with more than 2 million pixels and immersive Dolby Atmos audio. Get started
App monetization and growth tools
Drive usage and monetization through In-App Purchasing (IAP) as tablet customers purchase currency, new levels, extra moves, or lives. Learn more
Fire tablet apps utilize the same tools, IDEs, and APIs that you already use for Android development.
Download plugins and extensions for the following cross-platform engines: Unity, Adobe Air, Cordova. Xamarin, Marmalade. Get started
Fire app builder
Build Java-based apps without developing all the code yourself. This framework uses Android Studio and offers monetization and analytics features. Get started
We offer several options for structuring your web apps on the Amazon Appstore. Learn more
With 32GB and 64GB storage options, the new Fire HD 8 includes 2GB of RAM and an upgraded hexa-core processor for more-responsive performance compared to the previous version. Users can enjoy up to 13 hours of video, music, reading, web browsing, and more along with 1 TB of expandable storage.
The new 7-inch tablet comes with a 30% faster quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, enhanced dual-band Wi-Fi, and 10 hours of battery life - 40% more than the previous generation. The new landscape product design includes 2MP front-facing and rear cameras for photos and video calls. The Fire 7 tablet is Climate Pledge Friendly badged.
The Fire HD 10 tablet is fast and responsive with a vivid 10.1", 1080p Full HD display, a powerful octa-core processor with 3GB RAM, long-lasting battery with USB-C (2.0) port for easy charging, and up to 1 TB of expandable storage for offline viewing. Videos, games, and web content look and sound amazing in vivid Full HD with more than 2 million pixels and immersive Dolby Atmos audio.
This tablet runs on Amazon’s operating system Fire OS 7 (based on Android 9 Pie). Developer-friendly hardware improvements from older models include a new, faster processor, new, faster charging and longer battery life, enhanced dual band Wi-Fi, and new picture-in-picture.
Fire OS is the operating system that runs Amazon Fire TV and tablet devices. Fire OS is a fork of Android, so if your app runs on Android, it will most likely run on Amazon Fire devices, too. Review the device targeting and compatibility guidelines for the latest versions and API level requirements.