iPad owners more satisfied than Kindle users
According to a new study, people who own Amazon Kindle Fire are less satisfied than those who own an Apple iPad. Read on to know what Kindle owners wish more from their device.
People who own Amazon Kindle Fire are less satisfied than those who own an Apple iPad, a survey has revealed.
The survey conducted by US research firm, Changewave revealed that out of 200 tablet-owning Americans 74 percent who own an iPad said that there were "very satisfied" with the device.
While just 54 percent people who own Amazon tablet felt 'satisfied' with the device, The Telegraph reports.
Kindle Fire owners were most pleased about the cost of the device, its colour screen and ease of use.
But they were not happy about the fact that the tablet does not have a volume adjustor button, no camera and a smaller screen size than the iPad, the report said.
People were also very unhappy about the device's battery life being too short and the number of apps, which are available through the Amazon app store.
The survey also found that Kindle Fire owners were unhappy about the location of the of on/off button.
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