How to stream media from a PC to a Kindle Fire

Splashtop lets you stream music, movies, and TV shows from your computer to your Kindle Fire for just $3.

It's pretty easy to max out your Kindle Fire's storage space.

With only 6.5GB of available storage and no option for expansion, it's unrealistic to transfer your entire media library to your new device. That means constantly adding and removing files to and from your Fire as necessary.

Unless of course, you use an app like Splashtop.

Even if you're halfway across the world, the $3 Splashtop app will let you stream music, movies, and TV shows from your computer to your Kindle Fire. That means you can access any file you own (as long as you're on Wi-Fi) without worrying about storage space.

Watch the video to find out how to configure Splashtop.

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