Amazon is working on an update for the Kindle Fire and plans on releasing it in roughly two weeks. This new update will come almost 4 weeks after the recently released 6.2 update. The news of the upcoming update was made by Drew Herdener, an Amazon Spokesman, while speaking to the New York Times.
The update will include improvements in performance, multi-touch navigation, Amazon’s Silk browser, and allow users to edit the list of recently used items on the Kindle Fire. Many users have been complaining the lack of privacy on the Kindle Fire. Every last app you open, book you read, music you list to, and website you visit is clearly visible in the list of items that appear on the home screen.
Source: New York Times