Open the Kindle Fire drive and open the Music folder. Drag the songs you want to the Kindle Fire Music folder. Kindle fire supports AAC, MP3, AMR, MIDI, OGG, WAV and MP4 music file formats. If you’re using iTunes, drag music directly from iTunes to the Kindle Fire Music folder. This is nice as it lets you copy full albums or individual songs over.Is Audiomack free?
Audiomack is Free and Nobody is Paying. 5 Magazine's series on Soundcloud Alternatives continues with Audiomack, which offers unlimited uploads and is completely free.Can you download Android apps to kindle fire?
The Kindle Fire's OS is based on Android and thus has the capability of running most Android apps. By default, however, the tablet will only use "official" Kindle Fire apps from the Amazon Appstore; you can't simply download and install an app from Google Play or any other Android marketplace.