Amazon’s Kindle Web Browser Ported To Other Android Devices

By | January 9, 2012 | 1 Comment


Amazon's Kindle Web Browser Runs On Other Android Devices

Silk, the Amazon Kindle Fire web browser, has been successfully ported by one of the XDA developer’s nicknamed TyHi and can now work fine across a variety of different Android devices.

As Electronista points out, the Silk web browser has gained attention from the various groups that are interested in Opera’s Turbo like cloud technology.

Although TyHI has not yet published a list of compatible devices, check the XDA forums for download and installation details.

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  • Mikah

    Seems to have been a bit of a failure so far on the Kindle Fire I wonder why they bothered.