Amazon Fire tablet runs on Android OS, but it does not allow users to install Google Play Store and other Android Apps. They have restricted users to access other Android apps and only allowed to use apps which are listed in Amazon Appstore.
Many users didn’t find apps listed on Amazon Appstore are helpful. In such situation installing third-party apps on the device can be the best solution. There is a way to get Google Play Store on Amazon Fire 7 or Fire HD 8 tablet and install third-party apps with few tricks. Let’s see that easy method.
How to Install Google Play Store on Amazon Fire Tablet
Step #1. On your, Fire Tablet go to Settings → Security → Enable Apps from Unknown Sources.
Step #3. If you have used the web browser on your Fire Tablet then locate the downloaded Google Play apk files by going to Docs → Local Storage → Download.
Note: For the newer Fire OS version download the apk files in this order
- Google Account Manager APK
- Google Services Framework APK
- Google Play Services APK
- Google Play Store APK
Step #4. Launch the Google Play Store app and sign in with your Google account credentials.
Step #5. Update the Google Play Store app and restart your Amazon Fire or Fire HD 8 Tablet to finish the process.
Tip: Once the Google Play Store app installed, and you are signed in, try to download YouTube app first. You will be automatically prompted to update the Google Play Store app first. This small process will allow you the prompt update the Google Play Store app, and you don’t need to wait for an automatic update.