Following on from their announcement made earlier in the year, Amazon has today rolled out a new update for their Kindle Five HD tablet, which has brought with it the promised a Kindle FeeTime Mode.
The Kindle FeeTime Mode has been designed by Amazon to provide parents with a set of filters, that allows them to set up safe and secure restricted areas on the Kindle Fire in which their children can play.
The new parental filters on the Kindle Five HD tablet allows parents to set time limits for their children on certain applications and content. Allowing them to safely let their children play on the Kindle Fire tablet without worrying they could possibly access unsavoury adult content whilst unsupervised.
The new update released by Amazon this week for their Kindle Fire HD tablet also brings with it a number of performance tweaks and bug fixes. More information on the update can be found on the Amazon website.
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