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Old 11-21-2011, 03:51 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by weatherman View Post
Aside from the bugs, I think overall the Fire is a pretty well organized device and the interface is growing on me. Normally I'm a tinkerer, but in this case I'm going to leave it pretty much stock for the forseeable future. In fact, I'm not even sure I'm going to be side-loading a lot of apps or installing the Android Market - frankly I don't like the idea of having to constantly check to see if apps need updating, or bothering with apps that aren't compatible. And the Amazon App Store is a pretty good experience. Eventually I'm sure it will be a much bigger store once developers realize the size of the market they'll be reaching.
I couldn't agree more. I voted 1 because I want the ability to sideload apps, tho I don't think there will be much need for that as more apps get approved for the Fire. The UI is very functional as is, so no need to install Cyanogen or other mods. Loving this device.
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