How To Repurpose Your Old Tablet Into A Digital Picture Frame – SlashGear
While Amazon’s Fire OS operating system is based on Android, it doesn’t have a native Google Photos app on its tablets, and you can’t directly download it from the Amazon Appstore. However, you can still display your photos with a little help from a third-party slideshow app like Fotoo. Here’s what you need to do:
- Download and install Fotoo on your old Amazon Fire tablet.
- After opening the app, you’ll be prompted to choose where you want to get your photos. If they’re saved on your device, select Gallery. If they’re saved online, choose one of the other sources (Dropbox, Google Drive, Google Photos, or OneDrive).
- If you chose Gallery, mark the albums you want to display. Then, tap “Complete.”
- If you chose an online source, you’ll need to link your account for that particular service first. Then, select the albums/folders you want to display, and tap “Complete.”
The photos in your albums/folders will then be shown in random order. To customize how the pictures are displayed, head to the settings to change the display time, display effect, transition effect, and photo order. If you’ve upgraded to the premium version of the app, you can also add background music.
Fotoo is also available on Google Play Store, so if you want to add more features to your Android tablet-turned-digital picture frame, this is a great alternative to Google Photos.
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