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Did you try to visit the app's page in AppStore and hit the update button there?


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There is no way to gather more insight, other that what Apple tell you directly. Only Apple will be able to answer your question for more information. Ask the Apple iTunes Connect team via the Contact Us details: App Review Find out the status of your app and submit general questions for the App Review Team. Ask the Apple Review team via the ...


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This is simply caching, Apple serving the same information to clients over time so as not to put additional strain on their database. I see this every time I update one of my apps. It'll fix itself in several hours, perhaps a day at most.


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You can't use an existing Apple ID and then enroll it into the store. The "none" option only exists for new accounts as a one-time (or limited count) event for that device thanks to scammers and people that manipulate app store ratings with factory reviews and paid downloads. You can usually make a brand new Apple ID following these steps: ...


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From everything that I've learned through my career as an Apple developer the one thing they refer back to constantly is, "make your application do/provide/solve one thing really well." I believe even if the application is just a single widget, if it brings value to the user experience then it won't have a problem getting approved. When submitting an ...


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Point 3.3.38 of the iOS Developer Program License Agreement states: Extensions, WatchKit Extensions and Keyboard extensions: 3.3.38 Applications that include extensions in the Application bundle must provide some functionality beyond just the extensions (e.g., help screens, additional settings), unless an Application includes a WatchKit Extension. ...


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The computer you used to upgrade iOS was apparently signed into a different Apple ID when you upgraded your device. The thing that doesn't make any sense is that the Apple ID signed in on the computer shouldn't matter - you should have to sign-in on the device with a a different Apple ID for it to matter. That said, you can try signing out of the App Store ...


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In iOS 8, just go to Game Center app > Games > swipe left on games you want to remove and tap the button.


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You can't remove several of the Apple-supplied apps (try removing the ever-useful Stocks app, for example). The Apple Watch app is one of these. Generally, people tend to move these to a folder that they use to hide the 'useless' apps, or move them to a different screen - just so you're not staring at them all the time. Where I live, the Apple Watch is ...


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iOS does not truly delete data when you click the x to delete the app and all of its data all that it is doing is just marking the data for deletion. I am guessing that when reinstalling the data is still there. I have had this happen with other apps as well and I don't necessarily like how this is implemented with iOS although I guess that it might make ...


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Yes, your app will be deleted from the App Store until you renew your subscription.


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Yes - all your apps will be removed from their respective App Stores if your developer program membership expires. If your Apple Developer Program membership expires, you will still have access to iTunes Connect. However, your apps will no longer be available for download on the App Store and you will not be able to submit new apps or updates. Source: ...


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Connect your iDevice to a computer, then remove the apps causing problems. Reinstall them then and all should be well.


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WeW simple go to setting,iTunes and App Store, sign out your account, then go to apps store , search facebook messenger then It will ask you to sign in ,don't sign in your previous account ..create new Apple ID then after creating it ,, then downloading won't failed anymore


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Take a look at Due. It has a Mac version as well, and I've not seen a more powerful timer app.


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Yes, it turned out you can do this. I submitted by app to the App Store and it was approved. Apps cannot have a link to donate, but they can list donors' names. If you are a registered non-profit, you can put a link to your site to donate in your app.


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Go to Settings> iTunes & AppStore > Password Settings > slide the "Require Password" switch. This worked for me for free apps.


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I'm having the same issue and I'm pretty sure it started with the last iOS update. One workaround I've found has been to purchase the app from iTunes on my computer. Then, go to the Updates tab in the App Store on your phone and click on Purchased items at the top. The app will be available there for download. The only issue I'm having, and cannot resolve, ...


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I think if all you're doing is telling your friends about your app and encouraging them to post honest reviews in the App Store, that's probably fine. If, however, you were trying to get your friends who'd never even used the app to positively review it in the App Store, that would probably be considered a breach of that rule.


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A solution to many strange iOS problems is to back up and restore the device. I saw this issue on an iPad before, and could find no solution besides restoring it.


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Whenever there is strange behaviour that doesn't seem to resolve itself, this tends to indicate that the device is hung up with respect to the sequence of steps that it needs to complete. To force the device to take a fresh start at doing the task, you should restart the device.


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If you set a date for release it will be release on that day, otherwise it will be in pending release until you push the release button...


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I only know of a manual way checking it. Open App Store and click at the flag circle bottom right. Now select the country you want to check for your app.



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