Introducing the New Hightail App for Kindle Fire

by Employee PriyankaT on ‎05-30-2012 11:21 AM - last edited on ‎07-02-2014 04:47 PM by Community Manager

YouSendIt Kindle Fire AppToday, we announce the launch of our new Kindle Fire app! This is the customized version of our Android app to ensure our users enjoy a seamless experience on their Kindle Fire. The new Kindle Fire app is available on the Amazon App Store.   We have also added some new features to our Android App, which is available on the Google Play Store.


  • Securely send a file, share a folder, sign a file and preview files 
  • Manage folder permissions such as adding and removing users from shared folders
  • Upload multiple files from a memory card/local folder  (New feature)
  • Open files from the Hightail app in other apps and edit them (New feature)
  • Quickly act on files via new action bar (New feature)
  • Move files from other applications to Hightail



Why we created this app?


We want to develop apps for devices that we believe will enable our user base to work where ever and however they would like to work. Based on the trend of BYOD and the success seen with the iPad, we believe that some of our users would like to use their Kindle Fire for business and professional use. Kindle Fire did see some great success in the tablet market and landed second to iPad. We did not want to limit our users on specific devices, but rather let them work the way they like to, using the apps they love.




For all of our mobile apps (Kindle Fire included) we make sure you have the ability to send, share, sign, and sync your content. You can sign a file and send it without printing, faxing or scanning. With the quick actions tool bar, you can send a file with one tap without waiting to download the full file.  You can create and share folders on the go. You can even do a bulk upload from the local memory. This enables you to easily get your job done no matter where you are. For enterprise users, we continue to honor our security policies to set passcode lock, remote wipe of local content after failed logins and 128-bit encryption of local files.


Amazing Limited Time Promotion


Here is what you need to do, first download the Hightail app onto your Kindle Fire from the Amazon App Store. Next, sign-up for a new Hightail account on your Kindle Fire. Finally, with your new Hightail account you get free unlimited e-signatures when you use your Kindle Fire to electronically sign documents… not too bad! Tell your friends and act now, you only have 30 days.


If you have any feedback on our mobile apps, please do write to us. We love to hear from our customers! That’s how we build great products!

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