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If you're looking for the current price (which might not be the price you paid), you can Google search for the product and Google will display the App Store price in the results:


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You could use an app like AppShopper, which shows the current price of an app as well as past price changes. AppShopper also has a website where you can find the same information, for example for GarageBand: http://appshopper.com/music/garageband (you can change the country/currency at the bottom right of the page, past price changes are shown in the “app ...


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The only way to know the price from the Store requires that the specific app is not installed on your device, and not being signed in. Details: If the app you want to know the price about is not installed on your device, then: Open the App Store app. The app opens with featured section highlighted. Go to the bottom of the list in that section. Tap on ...


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As I known, there is no way to see on App Store directly. Usually you will get a receipt deleveried via email after buying an App, in which you can see the price at that moment.


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The most probable source of your problem is Apple just changed their terms and conditions for the App Store and they won't let you download anything till you accept them. Whenever Apple change their T&C, the AppStore app has a strange behavior (since I had an iPod Touch in 2008). One typical situation is that it won't let you download an item that you ...


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In iTunes Connect, you can provide a username and password for Apple to use to test your application: The user name and password for a full-access account for your app. This account is used during the review process and must not expire. Include details for additional accounts in the Notes field. However, if your intentions are to not let Apple have ...


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How many TSIs are included with my Developer Program? iOS Developer Program, iOS Developer Enterprise Program, and Mac Developer Program Included with each enrollment are two (2) Technical Support Incidents per membership year. Additional TSIs are available for purchase. Safari Developer Program. TSIs are available for purchase in either a ...


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Usually Apple has to approve your app before they allow it onto any of their App stores, but they often can't check every line of text for copyright infringement. Since all they do is host the app on the App Store, it is still your responsibility as the creator for any copyright infringements.


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You can check the availability of a name of app regardless of its origin, spelling or grammar before even creating the app. Log in to iTunes Connect — Click Manage Your Applications -> Add New App (don't fill in a SKU Number or bundle ID); if the name is already taken, you will get the following errors: You must select a Bundle ID. The App Name you ...


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Does it still not download after you turn off (power off all the way via holding sleep button for 3+ seconds and sliding to turn off) and turn back on the iPad? That's always solved this for me.


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When you optimized you app to iPhone 6 and 6 Plus you have to add new image and icon sizes in your assets. If you select Images.xcassets in your project and then select your AppIcon and hit ⌥+⌘+0 you must see something like that: If you have selected iOS 8.0 and Later Sized you will have to provide screenshots for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, in other case, it ...


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Sorry for my image being Dutch, but you can disable the unlock functionality easily after setting it up correctly. No, you need to have a password in case Touch ID doesn't work. There's no way (at least without jailbreak) to get this 'fixed'.


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After each time you reboot the phone, it will demand the unlock code. Only once that has been successfully entered will it then allow TouchID. Same applies to initial login & also iTunes. Having TouchID enabled makes it always lock when switched off, there is no grace period for switching it back on within the 'lock after…' period, like devices without ...


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This will not be possible. You will see an cloud icon when you previously "purchased" an app. This will notify you that you could download the app withous any costs. It is not possible to delete those apps from your apple is. If you don't want to see the cloud icon, you could sign out from the appstore via settings > iTunes & App Store > sign out. This ...


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To submit a new build of an app for review, the current build must be removed from review. This sets the status to Developer Rejected, which is equivalent to a review rejection. Once you have changed the build, you can submit it for review once again, which will put it at the back of the queue. Removing a build removes your app version from Apple’s ...


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This is by design. The prompt to enter your password shows you the Apple ID that you are using and for people that use more than one ID - it's quite helpful to prevent inadvertent redemption of money. I agree for some people it would be easier to just use the fingerprint, but I've seen cases where $100 gift cards went to the wrong account and it was a hassle ...



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