Sorry Kindle users! Amazon has blocked our app from their AppStore for Kindle devices. However, if you want to show them who’s boss, we’ve created a workaround to allow you to install the Libro.fm app on your Kindle.

Other Android devices can still install Libro.fm via Google Play (recommended) or Amazon’s Appstore.


You’ll need to enable installation from "unknown sources" briefly to install the Libro.fm app. This sounds scary at first, but we’ve outlined the steps in detail below to help. Always feel free to contact us at support@libro.fm if you run into any troubles.


Step 1

Click the “Settings” Icon


Step 2

Select “Security”


Step 3

Click the “Apps from Unknown Sources” toggle button


Step 4

Select “OK” in the alert


Step 5

The “Apps from Unknown Sources” toggle button should now be highlighted


Step 6

In your browser, type or click this URL: https://libro.fm/kindleapp


Step 7

The Libro.fm App will automatically download to your device


Step 8

If it does not download automatically, click on the menu icon (three bars) in the nav bar


Step 9

Select “Downloads”


Step 10

Select “librofm.apk” to download the Libro.fm App


Step 11

Select “Install”


Step 12

Select “Open”


Step 13

The Libro.fm app is now installed on your Kindle


Step 14

To restore your security settings, click the “Settings” icon


Step 15

Select “Security”

Step 16

Click the “Apps from Unknown Sources” toggle button


You're Done!

The “Apps from Unknown Sources” toggle button should now be dark