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Best Memory Cards for Amazon Fire Tablet Android Central 2019

Whether you have a Fire Tablet for yourself or your kids, you've probably noticed that the internal storage doesn't go very far. You can easily fill it up with some games, a few apps, and media, which is a bit disappointing. Instead of trying to figure out what to delete, and how to micro-manage the storage, why not make things easier and add a 64GB SanDisk microSD card so it can hold more?

Our top brand name pick: SanDisk 64GB microSD

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With 64GB of extra storage, you'll easily be able to install a ton of new apps, save music and movies locally to access whenever you want, and much more. It's hard to find a much better value than this microSD card.

$21 at Amazon

Cheap and cheerful: Samsung 32GB Evo Plus microSD

This high-performance card offers transfer speeds of up to 80MB/s, and they're built to last. These cards are water-, temperature-, magnetic-, and even X-ray-proof. At under $15, that's hard to beat.

$8 at Amazon

A budget beauty: Silicon Power 64GB microSD

Silicon Power's 64GB microSD offers speeds you'd expect out of a memory card for this price, with nothing crazy that makes it stand out. It can work in a variety of devices and comes with a lifetime warranty, so you shouldn't have to worry much about it.

$8 at Amazon

All-in-one: PNY Elite 128GB microSD

PNY makes a variety of different sizes at different price points, and the 128GB sits at a pretty sweet spot. For $40, you can load tons of movies, endless amounts of apps and pictures, and almost never have to worry about filling it up. It also comes with a free OTG reader for your phone and computer.

$33 at Amazon

Big storage, name brand: Samsung EVO Select 128GB microSD card

A perfect middle-of-the-road card that strikes a balance between price and capacity. At just $20, which is over half off, you're getting more storage than most people will ever need. And because it's a U3 rated card, you can put it in your Fire Tablet and not be worried about transfer speeds.

$21 at Amazon

The Big Kahuna: SanDisk Ultra 200GB microSD

200GB is the largest capacity that the Fire Tablet is meant to use, and if you tend to burn through storage with tons of local music, movies, and offline videos, this is a nice option to have.

$44 at Amazon

There are plenty of storage sizes to fit your Fire Tablet's needs, but I think that SanDisk's 64GB card is the best of all worlds. It offers plenty of storage space, incredible speed, and comes at a great price. Happy storing!

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