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I randomly remembered that I have an Amazon Cloud Drive on my account recently, and I'm curious if there's any way that I can access it from my Kindle Fire. As far as I can tell, the "Documents" tab on the shelf doesn't link to it, and I don't see any other built-in methods of getting to it.

I'm okay with third party apps or other solutions, it need not be an official method that's baked into the Fire. My Fire is rooted (stock 6.2.1) and the Market is installed if that provides any extra possibilities.

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Is that the same as Amazon S3? In that case I could name a bunch of solutions. Besides, the page linked in your question mentions an Android App as well ;) –  Izzy Dec 29 '12 at 21:57
@Izzy: AFAIK you can't interact with a Cloud Drive quite the same way that you can with Amazon S3. The app must be new, it wasn't there previously, but it looks like it only handles pictures (which I don't store on Amazon at all, I use SugarSync for that). –  eldarerathis Dec 30 '12 at 3:13
I see. Wasn't sure whether both things were identical. As for the app: Yeah, looked like that. Just thought I mention it in case it might apply and you overlooked it. Sadly, there seems to be nothing else :( –  Izzy Dec 30 '12 at 3:55

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