Kindle Fire

owners will be excited to know that over the next few days, their tablet will be receiving an over the air (OTA) update to version 6.3. The update will introduce new features such as the ability to easily share passages and notes from their books without having to leave the book, Shelfari Book Extras that gives users easy access to supplemental material about the books they are reading, the ability to store and download personal documents from Amazon Cloud, and Print Replica Textbooks.

Other features include a reading view for the Amazon Silk browser (to remove clutter from web pages that you are visiting), faster WiFi reconnection after the Kindle has fallen asleep and the usual performance enhancements. Movie rental periods also now start once a movie has been downloaded onto the tablet as opposed to starting with the download. Hit the source link below for instructions if you’d like to manually download the 6.3 update instead of waiting for it.

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