It took a while for me to figure out the best (and simplest) manner to integrate my gaming PDF collection with my new Amazon Kindle Fire. With the iPad, it was easy enough to use the relatively inexpensive GoodReader to access my DropBox account and read my PDFs. As far as I can tell, there is no GoodReader app for the Android OS.
Luckily for me, Amazon was offering QuickOffice Pro for free last Monday. Normally 15 bucks, this app connects directly to my DropBox account and allows me to read by PDFs. The fact that it also allows me to work with MS Word and Excel documents is a plus.
I've also used Box.Net to bring my PDFs over and read them using Adobe Reader. This is kinda the no frills, free method (assuming you have a Box.Net account).
I'm sure there are folks with more experience then I have with Android, just keep in mind, not all Android Apps work on the Fire.
As for how they look? The Fire screen is pretty damn sharp. I have no complaints. The iPad's 10" screen makes for a better reading experience in general, but the Fire's screen and size makes for a better "in bed" reading experience.
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