Amazon is working on its first software update for the Kindle Fire, the company’s debut tablet. The update will address issues with browsing speed, among other kinks, according to the New York Times.
The initial batch of Kindle Fires shipped about a month ago, with many users complaining about slow speeds. The new update should also improve the device’s response to multitouch navigation and the user’s ability to edit their Carousel of recently used items.
We’ll let you know if the software update is successful.