How to Download, Install and Use ExpressVPN on Amazon Fire Tablets

You already know that Amazon’s Fire tablets have access to a vast number of apps via Amazon’s App Store. However, did you know that ExpressVPN is one of those apps as well? Well, let’s show you how to set up and use ExpressVPN on your Amazon Fire tablet.

Note

The ExpressVPN app requires your Fire tablet to run FireOS 5 or newer (the latest available FireOS version is v7, and we expect v8 to appear soon as well). To check the FireOS version of your Fire tablet, navigate to Settings > Device Options > System Updates.

Important

ExpressVPN is currently in the process of updating its interface across all of its supported devices, and that includes FireOS as well. If you see a bit different interface than what’s shown in the photos below, there’s nothing to be concerned about. The following instructions will still be valid.

1. First, go ahead and get your ExpressVPN subscription.

2. Use the link above, and then click on ‘Get ExpressVPN‘ using the newly opened page.

3. Pick a subscription, fill out any required information, and proceed to pay

4. Once done, ExpressVPN will send you a confirmation mail, so check your inbox. 

5. Then, turn to your Fire tablet for the rest of this procedure. 

6. Launch the App Store and then activate its search function

7. Type in ‘ExpressVPN,’ and you should see the app offered among the search results. 

ExpressVPN in Fire Kindle App Store

8. Tap on ‘Download‘ to download and install the app automatically. 

Downloading ExpressVPN on Fire Kindle Tablet

9. Now, launch the app, and its ‘Welcome’ screen will greet you. Tap on ‘Sign In.’

Logging In to ExpressVPN Fire Kindle

10. Provide your email address and password, and tap on ‘Sign In‘ again. 

11. ExpressVPN will ask you about anonymous data logging. Select ‘OK‘ or ‘No, Thanks.’

Sending Anonymous Data via ExpressVPN Fire Tablet

12. The next screen will inform you about a required VPN profile. Tap on ‘OK.’

Accepting VPN Connection Request via ExpressVPN

13. FireOS will now ask for a connection request for ExpressVPN. Tap on ‘OK‘ to confirm.

14. That’s it! You should now have access to ExpressVPN, ready to be used. 

Tip

If you have an Amazon Prime account and wish to stream content available in a different country, know that your VPN server location must match the country of your Amazon profile. At any moment, you can change your Amazon profile’s country setting by going to Your Account > Your Content and Devices > Preferences > Country/Region

15. To connect to the nearest server available, tap on the ON/OFF button

ExpressVPN UI Showing Connected VPN Status

16. ExpressVPN will take a couple of seconds to connect. The app will turn green

17. To disconnect from the server, tap on the ON/OFF button again. 

ExpressVPN Home Page on Fire Tablet

18. If you’d like to pick a custom server, select the button just below the ON/OFF switch.

Using a Custom Server on ExpressVPN for Fire Tablets

19. Use the ‘Recommended‘ or ‘All Locations‘ tab to choose any country or server name.

20. You can also swipe any VPN location to the right to add it to your favorites

Marking a Server Favorite ExpressVPN Interface for Fire Tablet

21. If ExpressVPN doesn’t connect you automatically, remember to tap the ON/OFF button

Tip

ExpressVPN already comes set up for an optimal performance on Amazon Fire tablets. However, you can also customize the application and fine-tune its settings by clicking on the ‘hamburger’ button, resembling three horizontal lines. 

That would be all on how to download, install, and use ExpressVPN on Amazon Fire tablets. If you’ve encountered any issues or if you have any questions, make sure to post your comment just below. And lastly, thank you for reading!

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