Amazon has issued a new software update for their popular Kindle Fire. This update will likely please many parents, as the new 6.3.1 software update brings additional parental controls to the e-reader device. Users have been clamoring for these features, and it is great to see Amazon making it happen.
The latest Kindle Fire update includes a handful of changes, with most aimed at giving users more control over their security options. It gives users a little more control over some security settings by letting them block children or other unauthorized users from accessing some content or purchasing apps. For example, if you let your child play with your Kindle Fire they may go to the store and buy things by accident. Now with this update, that will not be an issue anymore.
The update also brings new sharing features to the tablet that let you share favorite passages and notes from books. The Kindle Fire 6.3.1 software update is available now for free manual download and will be available shortly in an over-the-air wireless download. For more information and detailed instructions in downloading the file via USB, you can visit Amazon.