They're relatively new -- look for anything labeled "active content". Many are games but there are also some note-keeping, calendar, and contact apps. . . .check the threads in this section. . . . .lots to try out.
Amazon's released something like eight different games for the Kindle which you can try out for free.
Pirate Stash (first 15 levels)
There's also a few fitness applications, and word-processing tools like "Sticky Notes" and "WordPad". Most of them are basic utilities -- like educational flashcards for kids, and some to help you learn a foreign language. The one I might actually supposedly offered the calories in any fast food meal -- but I haven't gotten around to trying it yet.
Hello there - If you like Sudoku, try either our Sudoku Unbound #1 or Mad About Sudoku eBooks. The Mad About Sudoku is only $0.99 and has 33 "easy" puzzles, while Sudoku Unbound ($2.99) includes 100 puzzles and you can choose easy, medium or hard in the settings for the eBook. Sudoku Unbound is one of the most highly rated apps on the Kindle, so check 'em out!
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