I was wrestling with posting this as I don't know how it falls within the copyright area of media, but here it goes. I own a Kindle. My brother and sister-in-law gave me two $25 gift cards to google play. However, Google's ePub format is incompatible with the kindle and amazon has done everything it can to restrict access to non-mobi formats. I did a little search on the internet to find how I can get ePubs on my kindle. Viola! Calibre. It's a converter for the kindle and designed so it can move the books to the kindle on your behalf. I did hit a snag when the ePubs came DRMd, but there is an add-on to Calibre that will remove the DRM. So, now I can buy on Google and read on my kindle again. I do not make the books available to the public, but I am removing the DRM so I can have it on my kindle, so I don't know how this falls within the legal area of copyright. I'm not going to sweat it though. Anyway, if you guys and gals have this problem, you might want to look into Calibre. It's been one of the best tools I've found for my kindle.