The Fire Tablet is just the re-imaging of the Kindle now that they are full featured tablets...I never tried a Kindle but had a Fire Tablet.
Yes, it's exponentially easier, but not always an option as there are some apps that are not available int he play store, and/or some like myself have 100s of 'paid' apps (they used to give one paid app away every day, so I collected a lot) in the Amazon store, so that requires side loading if I want to use them on the Chromebook...Hey thanks Meep. Got my tablet today, added Google Play store, and Kodi. Now when I am homeless later this month I can at least watch TV. Adding Google play was much easier then sideloading IMHO.
Not sure if this will help but Google yields this:Hey Bobfather, could you point me in the right direction of "On the Amazon site are instructions on adding Google play store to a Fire/kindle tablet". I couldn't find anything on the Amazon site about how to add google play store to a fire tv. thanks LB
awesome. Thanks a lot.Hey. If you're looking for a great little tablet that works well with Kodi and has lots of good features, check out LG's v-522. This is a very portable device with an extendable USB port (for charging, mouse, lighting, extended memory, etc.) screen casting, Android 7. It is just over $200, but well worth it. Comparible Samsungs with less features are more than double the cost.