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asked by Sandra L. Young on September 29, 2011
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You can add all the books you have previously purchased or will ever purchase from Amazon to every Kindle you ever buy. They are stored in the cloud forever. Or at least until Amazon goes under......... : ) So yeah........Forever!!!!!!
Amazon Customer answered on September 29, 2011
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Yep, what's on my Kindle is also on my Android phone.
Phildcat answered on September 30, 2011
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dumb question here......but what's the difference between a tablet and a e-reader. I have the Kindle 3 and just ordered the Fire. Will the Fire do everything my Kindle 3 does as far as reading books?????
Rachelle Perkins answered on October 25, 2011
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Sandra,
I have 5 devices ( 3 kindles, 1 PC and an iPod) regestered to my kindle account right now and the fire will just be another device. Everything you have ever, or will ever purchase from Amazon for the kindle is available simutaniously to all the devices. You can even loan one of your books to someone else at no charge to them (they have 14 days to read and return it, and you can't read the book while it is out on loan) I "loan" books out all the time.. it is a great feature!
Amazon Customer answered on October 5, 2011
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J.J. answered on October 30, 2011
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Tony,
I don't know if I am right, but I beleive that once you download a book onto your kindle, even if Amazon were to go under (eek!) the book would still be there on your device, wouldn't it? I have lots of things stored on the kindle account site that haven't been downloaded to *all* my devices (I have 5 devices registered to my account) but I would assume once I download it, it is there permanantly no matter what happens to Amazon, isnt it?
Amazon Customer answered on October 5, 2011
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Deanna -- Kindles are great. My wife, my sister, and I have DX's, but how do I "loan" a book. Have several my wife wants to read, and my sister.
J. B. Kraft (Died 8-8-2013) answered on October 28, 2011
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What can I NOT do with a Fire that I could do with an IPAD?
SusanB answered on November 1, 2011
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My husband and I currently share a Kindle. Can I move books over to my new Kindle Fire from the older Kindle?
Julie Birkhimer answered on September 30, 2011
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What if I don't want the books on my old Kindle on my Kindle Fire?
Edie answered on October 1, 2011
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