My review for the Amazon Kindle Fire 7″
I decided to write a review on the Amazon Kindle Fire 7″. I include it on my resources page and so I thought I would share some the reasons why I did. There are a lot of different tablets out on the market, I’ve not tried them all out to give any comparisons on which one is the better buy. I will give you an honest review of the one I have and tell you how I use the product. I purchased it myself for my own personal use.
The Amazon Kindle Fire 7″ is one of the less expensive of their Kindle’s. It has a easy to use menu and is easy to set up. The thing I like about it is that you can get a variety of free apps on the appstore. You can get kindle books uploaded and shop amazon’s site with a touch to the screen.
One of the things I like the most is the app you can get for note taking called Notepad+. I like to use it when I’m sitting somewhere like a Dr.’s office or waiting for food at a restaurant. I use it to take notes when an idea for writing comes to me, and I can easily take notes and save for reviewing at a later time. It’s also useful for keeping up with appointments as well. Finding uses for the tablet isn’t hard to do and being around the $50 price point it’s not a bad investment.
I have also used it to watch YouTube videos, and you can watch Netflix as well. Mine has 8 GB of internal storage with a micro SD slot. The latest version comes with the Alexa cloud-based voice service, which when I bought mine wasn’t yet available. The types of useful apps you can download are plentiful, I myself have one for learning French (still working on that one), with several fun games, social media apps, and some apps for productivity that you can use to scan and export PDF documents.
It does have a decent camera, although for me it does seem to take better pictures outside than in, just my opinion. Some ads do pop up from time to time, a little annoying but not a big problem.
I recommend this tablet for anyone with a small budget who doesn’t want to invest a fortune in a tablet, and I like mine because it works for me, and my personal uses. I’ve had mine for about 8 months now and so far it’s been worth the $50 investment. If you’d like to get one for yourself click the image link below.
This post contains affiliate links, which means I receive a commission at no expense to you, if you make a purchase using the link below.
Leave me a comment below and let me know your thoughts on the Kindle Fire.