It is anticipated that Kindle fire will grab the #2 spot as the best-selling tablet next to iPad by the end of this year despite some complaints the device is getting from users. That’s why Amazon is quick to response to issues that need immediate attention in order not to disappoint existing customers.
The recent one is the upgrade of the “Silk Browser” to version 6.2.1 to discuss the complaint of slow and the occasional not responding browsing experience. According to Amazon, the new version, “enhances fluidity and performance, improves touch navigation responsiveness, gives you the option to choose which items display on the carousel, and adds the ability to add a password lock on Wi-Fi access.”
This is good news for the existing users since they can automatically get the latest version 6.2.1 once an update perform on the device through WiFi as confirmed by Amazon site, and it is free to download.
Although concerns of parental control and easy access to owner’s account without having a password on Kindle fire are still the main concerns from parents/customers that need to be resolved according to some reports.
Kindle fire seems unstoppable from maintaining the fire. In fact recent report says that Kindle fire is shifting the trend from hard copy books publishing to e-books.