You Can Install the Google Play Store on Amazon’s $50 Tablet, No Rooting Required

Last month, Amazon unveiled its cheapest tablet to date, called the Fire and costing only $50 / €45. And like all Amazon tablets released so far, this one doesn’t offer access to the Google Play Store, but only to Amazon’s own App Store.

So that’s why, regardless of how cheap and attractive the Amazon Fire tablet might appear to some, the fact that the Google Play Store can’t be accessed might put off a lot of customers from buying it. But what if we told you that there was a… (read more)
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