Amazon Fire Phone Gets A Major Software UpdateBy cheatmaster 07:09 Thu, 22 Jul 2021 Comments
Amazon has pushed a major software update (v3.6.5) for the Fire Phone that brings several recent features, along with bug fixes, performance and battery life improvements.
You can find the full list of changes below:
Translate text and identify well-known artwork with Firefly
Text translation from/to: English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish, and artwork recognition for 2,000 well-known paintings with info available from Wikipedia.
Take the perfect picture with Best Shot
See three versions of a given photo to choose the perfect shot.
Enable or disable SMS / MMS settings
You can now turn character counts and MMS on or off.
Select additional keyboard languages
Choose from seven preloaded keyboard languages and 49 additional keyboard languages to download.
Block unwanted phone numbers
Decline unwanted calls from any given contact.
Add custom ringtones to your phone
Add custom ringtones from the Amazon Appstore to your Fire phone.
View more information from the lock screen
Control music directly from the lock screen, and configure your phone to wake up when a recent notification arrives.
Write and edit documents with WPS Office
Edit documents using the new, preloaded WPS Office app.
Connect to a virtual private network (VPN) at work
Connect to a secure, corporate VPN from your Fire using the native IPSec / L2TP VPN client to stay productive while on the go.
Sync calendars across Amazon devices registered to your Amazon account
Create appointments that are automatically synced across supported Fire phones and Fire tablets registered to your Amazon account with Amazon Cloud Calendar.
Read your Kindle books in one continuous scroll
Read and scroll through Kindle books without ever having to touch the screen.
Improved battery life
Dozens of systems updates for enhanced battery performance.
Bug fixes and user interface improvements
Hundreds of other bug fixes and user interface improvements.
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