I originally asked this on DPR, but the discussion quickly degenerated into an ill tempered argument over the value of third party app stores. Hey, it's DPR. I did get one statement that it is possible over there, though I'd hate to make a purchase on the basis of a single positive response. I'm thinking of upgrading my 1st gen Kindle Fire. And I thought it would be nice to load Olympus Image Share onto it to take advantage of the larger, more easily seen (to my late middle-aged eyes) screen. I don't intend to use OIS in any way different from the way I use it on my Samsung S5 smartphone. That is, as a pass through to Google drive, to annotate GIS info to certain photos, and as a supplement editor for posting photos to my blog or social media when I'm away from my desktop. I WON'T be using it for any significant long, or short term, storage. I lean to the Fire, because I'm also an ebook reader and I like the Kindle ebook environment, but if the Fire tablets don't have a suitable version for OIS, I'm willing to look at other Android tablets and use the Android Kindle ebook software. I am unlikely to consider the iPad, as I am pretty happy with the Android 'universe' overall.