AOL Play to be launched for the Kindle Fire


AOL has announced that AOL Play, their music streaming application, will finally be available on the Amazon Appstore for the Kindle Fire. Google Play Store users have had access to it for a while, and since the Amazon Kindle Fire only allows access to Amazon’s Appstore those users have been left out.

Unfortunately we’re not seeing the app in the Appstore just yet, but if AOL says it’s going to be there then we can count on it being there. Here’s the broken link they used so be sure to check back periodically to see if it’s live. [via TechCrunch]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. I wasnt aware technologically impaired old people used Kindle Fires. AOL is about as relevent as Excite or HotBot is as a search engine!

    1. honestly… I didn’t even know AOL was still kickin’

      1. Last year AOL bought The Huffington Post… this year they sold 800 patents to Microsoft for just a tad over $1 Billion (yes, billion with a B)… they’re like the Timex watches of the tech world — they just keep on ticking.

    2. lawls. remember lycos? go get it…not >_>

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