Android users can no longer buy Kindle ebooks, Amazon says

Kindle eBooks no longer available for Android users, Amazon says! But there is a catch!

Sad news for Kindle fans! Amazon has blocked all Android users from purchasing Kindle e-books from the official Kindle app. The change has already been rolled out! As of June 1, 2022, Android users will no longer be able to purchase Kindle eBooks. This applies not only to the Amazon Kindle app, but also to music and some other apps. So, if you try to buy a new Kindle eBook from the Kindle app, it will simply redirect you to a new page while explaining why the purchase option is not available.

This major decision comes into effect with Google’s new policy requiring app developers to adopt the Google Play Store billing system. Even last month, Amazon also removed the ability to purchase digital goods from the Amazon shopping e-commerce site and Prime Video apps. Even Amazon confirmed in an email to customers while advising that these changes were being made to comply with updated Google Play Store policies, a report from Express has confirmed.

“Readers will no longer be able to purchase or rent Kindle books or subscribe to Kindle Unlimited through the Amazon app for Android: This change keeps the app compliant with Google’s updated Play Store policies,” the post reads. from Amazon. But you still have the option to continue enjoying your online reading with Kindle eBooks! Here’s how you can buy Kindle eBooks.

How to Buy Kindle eBooks on Amazon

Despite the fact that not all Android users are allowed to buy Kindle eBooks, you still have the option to add the eBooks to your library. Kindle book fans can purchase e-books through your computer or laptop browser through Then go to “Kindle E-Readers and eBooks” option to browse millions of Kindle ebooks available.

The good part is that Indian users can still purchase Kindle e-books from the Android app as Google has extended the deadline to October 2022 for the implementation of Play Store billing system in India.