Few days ago, when Kindle Fire users try to open Android market website on their default browser, it will immediately redirected to Amazon apps store website. It seems like Amazon’s policy is to forbid any android apps, except from their own apps store, to be installed on Kindle unit. The company also don’t want to assist any support call that is related to this issue.
Thankfully, with the new software update that is released on Wednesday, the browser protection is now completely removed. Amazon seems want to change their approach in Kindle application policy. The moment after we installed the update, we can open android market website smoothly. A warning about security certificate did appear, but after few taps we find no problem accessing the website.
But please note that this doesn’t mean that you’ll be able to install android apps from android market. It will require you a Google account login and that is not possible in Kindle Fire at the moment. However, this is a good thing though. Users now can browse any website they want, without any restriction.tags: Amazon, Android Market, Kindle Fire, Restriction