It appears that with a few customizations, users can benefit from all the useful features of Amazon Kindle Fire on their Google Nexus tablet, without compromising any of the amazing features of the later.
Android 4.1 Jelly Beans is no doubt a class act from Google, with all the services such as Google Books, Google Music, Google Video, and the Google Play app store combined at a single place.
However, there are many people who never use many of those services and are used to Kindle Fire when it comes to books, music and movies.
For such people who want to use Google Nexus, with a touch of Amazon, these customizations would certainly be a lot helpful.
1. To get your Amazon-purchased Android apps on Nexus 7 tablet, you would need to start with setting up your Nexus 7 so that installation of apps from “unknown sources” is allowed.
This can be done via the security tab in the settings of the tablet.
2. After that, you would need Amazon App Store for Android, which can be downloaded directly from the App Store web page of Amazon for which you will need to enter you email and also check it on Nexus 7.
3. After setting up the Amazon App Store setup, you can find your purchased apps by clicking on the three dots on the lower right corner, and tapping on My Apps option.
4. After that, you can download your Amazon apps one by one.
However, so far Amazon video content is not available on Nexus 7 since Amazon has reserved it for Kindle Fire for the time being.
The Adobe Flash in the Chrome browser of Nexus 7 is not compatible with the video content of Amazon.
Besides, Flash Mobile is also not supported on devices running Android 4.0 and later.
However, it won’t be long before workaround for getting Adobe Flash on Nexus 7 is done, even though the experience would not be the same as it is on Kindle Fire.