Amazon announced its FreeTime Unlimited service just a few days ago, ant it looks like an update is now available that will have you and your kids enjoying a ton of content for a low, monthly charge. But it also looks like the update that Amazon released today adds two other pretty neat improvements to the Kindle Fire HD.
One of the improvements is a Camera application which allows users to use the front-facing camera to take a picture of themselves or to attempt to strategically peak at cute girls who are sitting behind them on the bus. The other brings Swype functionality to the Kindle Fire HD’s keyboard, which is a must-have for any serious Android user who takes their typing even more serious.
The software update version 7.2.2 will be available automatically today for your Kindle Fire HD, but if you’re like most tech heads, then you’ll want to download the update as soon as you finish reading this article, which can be done by manually initiating a software update on your device.
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