Amazon bumps up Fire tablet OS to 5.3.1
The Amazon Fire tablets got updated today and the update brings a lot of new features on board for this android based tablet. The update also brings to the older generation of the device the On Deck feature that has been found on the newest editions of the device. The update brings the device to a Fire update of Fire OS 5.3.1. there has been a number of interesting updates, some of which are encryption, the blue shade automatic activation and last but not the least, the On Deck that we have talked about.
The encryption improvement makes it very easy for you to now keep your data and safeguard it against thefts from unauthorised users of your device. The blue shade automatic activation on its own turns on and off the blue shade at will, depending on the prevailing and ambient light conditions. This is probably the best way to reduce strain on the eyes when using the device.
If you have gotten your own update and are now using it, kindly let us know what you feel about it in the comments box.
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