6) Hidden camera All Kindle Fire HDs have a built-in camera, but this is meant solely for use as a web-cam with the Skype app, not for taking photos.
However, you can get around this and unlock the camera by installing an app such as Photo Editor, which can be downloaded from the Amazon Appstore.
Although the camera is front-facing which can make using it quite difficult, Photo Editor lets you take photos then edit and share them afterwards.
The free app sends a live video stream out of your i Phone.Just View is a free app that sends photos from a computer’s web cam to this app. There is night mode and even two-way video streaming.You need to be on the same Wi-Fi network for the app to work. This one will need a Mac or Windows computer to work as the host.To do this simply copy MP3 files to your Kindle by connecting it to your computer using the USB cable, and then place the files in the music folder.After ejecting your Kindle, press the Menu button on the home screen and chose Experimental.There should be a Play Music option next to Play MP3 on the Experimental page.