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Amazon’s $50 Kindle Fire Lets You Access Google Play


A few weeks ago, Amazon introduced their cheapest Fire tablet ever. You might think that a $50 tablet comes with a pretty limited experience, but not in this case. Turns out you can even shop for apps and games in Google Play on it. The Appstore doesn’t offer quite as many choices as Google Play, though, and there are a few key apps that you won’t find there — like Gmail, YouTube, and Netflix. Fortunately, getting them installed isn’t all that hard any more. You don’t even need to root your Fire tablet to do it. As Liliputing reported over the weekend, all you have to do is run a batch file put together by an XDA forums user, which you can find online at Geek.com.

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