It's already been tested on a number of different tablets and smartphones, including the ATRIX, Droid X, Galaxy Tab, but not the Galaxy Nexus (probably because it runs Android v4.0). You can find complete instructions over at the XDA Forums.
Now, some gadget bloggers are thrilled about the news but I don't see the value. While I do find this interesting on a technical level, Silk isn't a very good browser. And that is especially true even when you're using Amazon's servers to compress the content. I've read any number of complaints about this browser, and there are better options out there. Opera, for example, offers the same compression support as Silk. Actually, it's better. Did you know that you can get faster browsing on Silk if you turn off the compression?
it would actually be a little hard to list all the better alternatives, but I happen to like Dolphin and Firefox. Both are loads better than Silk.
via XDA Forums