Amazon Fire Remote app brings new features to your setup

If you are tired of looking for your applications on Amazon Fire TV via physical remote, you should know there is another way to do this. With the Amazon Fire Remote app, you can control your Fire TV efficiently. The new features present in this app make it even better for users. You can launch any app, even sideloaded ones, directly from within the app, with just a few touches on the screen. This is useful if you sideload Kodi on your Amazon Fire TV, or if you use other sideloaded apps. [Read: Amazon Fire TV Products Might Be Upgraded Soon]

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You Will Be Able To Control Your Aftv And Launch Apps From The Fire Tv Remote App.

What else can I do via the Amazon Fire Remote App?

The Amazon Fire Remote App is not only useful to run applications using the touchscreen. It also allows you to perform several actions on your Amazon Fire TV. Some of these include launching apps, putting the Fire TV to sleep, and signing into your Fire TV account so it will be easier for the app to find your devices.

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Controlling your Amazon Fire TV via the Amazon Fire remote app is a good way to get the most out of your device. Adding comfort to your setup, no matter what OS your smartphone or tablet uses, the Amazon Remote App enhances your experience. The fact that you can launch sideloaded apps such as Kodi with it makes us doubt the rumors about Amazon Fire TV blocking third party apps soon. All in all, these are welcome additions that make your Amazon Fire TV experience more enjoyable and comfortable.

Via: AFTVnews

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