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Are you able to buy apps and install on several tablets?

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    Are you able to buy apps and install on several tablets?

    Greetings:
    Before buying 3 Kindle Fire tablets for the Grandkids, trying to find out if, like the ipad, I can download apps [both free and paid] and install on muliple units. All help appreciated, Thanks, Larry.

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    Welcome to the forum

    Yes - IF all the tablets are registered to one Amazon account. Otherwise, it will be necessary to obtain the .apk (program file) and side-load to the various devices that are not registered to the account from which the apps were purchased. This is easily accomplished with the free app -- Appsaver -- that will back up all the. apk files on the device.

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    Last edited by Skydog; 12-04-2011 at 05:11 PM.
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    If they are all in one account, you can download them from the cloud, so yes
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    ALOHA welcome. Yup as it was mentioned twice, u can havr multi device under one account

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    Hey, Thanks to all for your replies! Finally had waded thru Kindle site and see you are allowed up to six units or so, but like to hear from Real people and not sales talk info, Thanks again, Larry.

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    they don't even have to be Amazon purchases ...just so they are registered with them. I have a Xoom, a Thunderbolt, A Regular Kindle and a Kindle Fire all registered and just bought a book and have it now on all four units!!!

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    Welcome to the site.

 

 

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