Amazon has always taken good care of its customers; the online retail giant has enabled parental controls on the device to ensure that the great tablet cannot be misused by young brains because of its low cost.
If you are one of the concerned parents who keeps a check at his child then you will be glad to know that Amazon has rolled out the latest firmware for Kindle Fire which brings Parental Controls to the Android tablet; the update will kick up the version 6.3.1. It enables the parents to password protect some functions and block others, so if they want they can block Web, Newsstand, Books, Music, Video, Docs and Apps or set a password to stream videos and make purchases from Amazon’s Appstore. With lots of authority given to parents the update also adds the ability to share specific parts of a book to your social networks and lets the students to purchase print-replica text books, savings nearly 60% cost. The update unpacks some more exciting features, if you want to get them all, hit the source link below for full monty.
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