Amazon’s iffy Fire Phone is getting a software update today, bringing it up to version 3.5.1. That incremental bump brings along a few features and fixes to some slight annoyances that the phone launched with, but it’s not a dramatic change.
There are a few new features, including double tapping the home button to bring up a quick switch page that allows users to jump back and forth between apps and close apps that they aren’t using. On the home screen, you’ll be able to pin apps to the front of Amazon’s carousel, and you can also now add folders and groups of apps directly on the app grid. You’ll be able to delete emails right from the home screen, too.
Under the hood, this update will improve battery life and will enable users to send high resolution videos through MMS or email.