Amazon Fire TV


The free Amazon Fire TV mobile app for iOS improves your experience with Fire TV by providing straightforward navigation, a keyboard that makes text entry easier (no more hunting and pecking), and speedier access to the applications and games you enjoy the most.


  • Voice based search (not available in all countries)
  • Simple navigation
  • The controls for playback
  • Keyboard for entering text in its most basic form
  • Easy access to all of your downloaded apps and games

Amazon Fire TV

Developer: Amazon Mobile LLC

Price: free

Rating: 4.3

Available Version: 4.3.3

How to uninstall the application:

  1. Go into your settings
  2. Go into the Applications Manager
  3. Uninstall the Amazon Fire TV app by selecting it and clicking Uninstall.


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Required equipment includes a router with multicast support
Designed to make navigating and controlling playback of material on streaming media players using Fire TV simple.
You may play games with either the remote that came with your Fire TV or the Amazon Fire TV Game Controller, which is sold separately.


A flawless rating of five stars is impossible to achieve because there is no such thing as perfection. Taking that into consideration, this new version of the software is fantastic. The old swipe feature had a purpose, but this one feels and looks more like a genuine remote, which is what all of us are accustomed to using. Because the remotes that are included with the Fire Sticks are of such poor quality, downloading the accompanying software is a far better option. Only one of our three Fire Stick remotes is still operational, despite the fact that we have three Fire Sticks in the house (two HD and one 4K). We made the decision to re-pair this remote with the television in the bedroom because it is for the 4K Fire Stick. The “d-pad” on the app needs to be smaller, it should be at the bottom of the screen for people with smaller hands like my wife, and there needs to be more options that would be on a basic remote (such as a sleep button or volume control), but overall, this update to the remote app is a HUGE step in the right direction. This update to the remote app is a HUGE step in the right direction. It would be wonderful if you could also add the remote listening feature, which is already available for the Roku remote app (we have two Rokus).


I don’t write reviews very often, but here’s one anyway: despite the fact that I can’t find my physical remote, this app has consistently provided me with satisfactory results. But recently, for about a week or so, whenever I attempted to watch anything, the app would not let me go up, down, left or right. I could, however, click on the setting button, and it would immediately take me to settings; however, I still could not go up, down, left or right. Additionally, when I clicked the home button, it immediately took me to the home button; however, I still could not move around. I came on here to look through the reviews to see if anybody else was having this problem. I had already tried to unplug and then re-plug the fire stick, but I was still having the same problem after both of those attempts. Today I made the decision to contact support through the app, and I picked the call me option. As a result, I instantly received a call, and after waiting for less than a minute, they were able to assist me. She was able to take control of my screen and see what I was talking about. She instructed me to troubleshoot by reinstalling this app on my phone, then unplugging the fire stick from my tv, waiting two to three minutes, and then plugging it back in. To my amazement, it worked. I guess that the waiting before plugging it back in helped, because I had unplugged the fire stick before, but not for that long just for a couple seconds. So yeah, I hope