New Fire TV apps of the week — May 6-12

This week there were 23 new apps and games released for the Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, and Fire TV Edition televisions. Party Mirage is a new game that is full of mini-games to challenge friends with when you're bored. Anime fans may want to check out HIDIVE, which is a new Anime streaming service that costs $4.99 per month. Those of you who are always on the lookout for new media players to try, a new one called nPlayer just arrived on Fire TV devices. It appears to support network streaming as well as playback from cloud drives like Dropbox and Amazon Drive. Continue on for the full list of new apps and games released in the last 7 days.





  1. Junior says:

    Amazon really needs to ban NRA TV.

    • Joe says:

      Why would they? Their older app of the same name currently has 4.5 stars over and 400 reviews. NRA TV is one of the higher rated free Fire TV entertainment apps.

    • Joe says:

      So it appears this NRATV app (as opposed to the older NRA TV app, note the space) works on fewer Fire TV models (no sticks?) and requires you have an NRATV account which you must then activate the app with to use. I saw no reason to do that as the older app is still working just fine.

      • Junior says:

        Why would they? For the simple reasons that they support the use of assault rifles that have been used to kill innocent kids in multiple massacres since 1999. And the fact that Russia funneled money through the NRA that went towards the tRUMP campaign. That’s an illegal foreign campaign contribution which ties into a conspiracy by Russia to have influence over a sitting POTUS.

        • shwru980r says:

          Broad generalizations based on nationality are bigoted. By a huge margin, the most likely cause of death in the US is a woman’s choice to have an abortion.

          • Junior says:

            Not bigoted, just fact. And not really sure what the NRA has to do with abortions….sooooo your attempt to deflect from my original comment is a failure.

    • Stank says:

      So you really have to go there, Junior? But you’re totally cool with the “Japanese Dive Bomber” game, right? Don’t like it? Then don’t download it.

      • Junior says:

        It’s not about downloading or not downloading. It’s a moral issue and taking a stance against it. Know the difference.

        • Joe Dirt says:

          WOW an internet stance awesome job. When you actually put your life on the line for your right to freedom. You can talk about taking a stand.

          • Junior says:

            When you consider that innocent young lives were taken too soon, having their lives put on the line through no choice of their own, then you really shouldn’t be talking about the right to freedom. Didn’t these kids have the right to freedom of education, the right to freedom of feeling safe in their own schools, the right to freedom in knowing their lives are being protected in our educational institutions? What happened to those freedoms? You don’t know what it’s like to lose a child through school gun violence. You talk a lot but you are saying absolutely nothing while at the same time stepping on these kids right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. The point is that you value the 2nd Amendment more than you do protecting young innocent lives because it has not touched you personally. Not only is that selfish but extremely offensive.

  2. fred says:

    National Geographic tv Finally added. Also includes Fox Fx Fxx Fxm

  3. Gareth Price says:

    I use nPlayer on my IPad Pro. Excellent media player/streamer over network

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