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An app is just a file. You can distribute them through a sophisticated framework such as a custom App store hosted on your own servers or just place them on a web server. In fact, you could also just email the app or push them through iTunes or other file sharing technology. When you sign up as any iOS developer - you can install apps on your devices ...


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For some reason, some created Apple IDs are not presented with the None option. For instance, at least sometimes accounts created at https://appleid.apple.com/account sometimes exhibit this behavior. Try the following steps as a work around: Try to purchase a free item in the iTunes or Mac App Store on a non-iOS device Log in when prompted Accept any ...


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Reboot the device by holding both the power and home button until the Apple logo is shown. This will reset the SpringBoard cache which should show the app on the home screen if it's been downloaded (and in Spotlight).


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You can't change the location of the Appstore, it is based on the country you have registered it with. Like if you buy a new iPhone in Brazil and you sign in to the Appstore for the first time, it will redirect you to the Appstore of your Apple-id.


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According to the official Angry Birds site, there's no way to back up the Angry Birds score on one iPhone and transfer it to another iPhone. AngryBirdsNest you can back up Angry Birds scores via using ifunbox (a third party tool). This could also answer your question: Save Angry Birds progress on iOS and transfer scores to another iPhone


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I have the exact same issue , my app rolled out to the app store today. Some people say that it takes a couple of days for production ads to show up in new apps Can anyone confirm?


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I use to have the same problem, cause I had an account from my own home country, the country where I currently live and the US Store. What I did was delete all the applications from my iPod, iPhone and iPad. On my Mac I authorised the iTunes with all the three accounts, and then I applications that I wanted on each I synced, it asked me for a password if I ...


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The simple way to clean things up is to delete all apps you no longer want from iTunes and then carefully examine things the next time you sync. By deleting the apps you wish to no longer maintain, you can avoid updates and installs. As to the purchase history, hiding purchases and avoiding re-downloading is the only mechanism that Apple provides today to ...


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It would be considered "deceiving" and probably not allowed. It will be left to interpretation (by Apple), if such pop up is deceiving (witch it is) and what is its the ultimate purpose, since it is possible that some users would react rather negatively until they realize it was a joke. If you app is some kind of game in that nature, then yes, but if it is ...


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There's nothing specific in the App Review Guidelines regarding this, although Apple reserve the right to reject your app and/or modify the guidelines: It is a living document that will evolve as we are presented with new Apps and situations, and we'll update it periodically to reflect these changes. Source: App Store Review Guidelines


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WhatsApp Messenger is currently not optimised for iPad, and therefore you will need to search for iPhone apps in the App Store search using the filter at the top.


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I have here some App Store Review Guidelines, but you can't use in-app for donations. There are some points in the Apple In-App Purchase Policy covering some of your questions: 21. Charities and contributions 21.1 Apps that include the ability to make donations to recognized charitable organizations must be free 21.2 The collection of ...


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I've had this happen to me multiple times(on different accounts that is), and although I don't really remember precisely what I did, there was an option to proceed without putting in any credit card details, and if I remember correctly, it was even set as the default option. I am unable to replicate this again, so I can't really say for sure now, but you ...


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Whatever you do, do NOT do a factory reset, because if the device ever needs activating it will require the password. This is to deter thievery. You need to turn off the iCloud integration, and switch all the IDs to be yours. I believe that to do this you will need the password for the current ID, so you really should go to your friend and get her to type ...


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When deleting the app, you are prompted if you want to remove the app data from Game Center. Choosing Remove will remove this data and subsequently reinstalling the app will start a fresh container for the app data.


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I've tried it, and it works, provided that the app's makers don't put in their own special encryption system. There isn't even a limit of 5 computers per account on the Mac App Store (only iTunes and iOS), so you won't have to worry about that. Edit: There's another question like this here. The answerer agrees with me.


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No. Source: This Stack Overflow answer. Makes sense. Apple hardly allows apps to modify system-level stuff. It's easy to guess that the heavy sandboxing also means they cannot touch something as crucial as system time. Many things depend on the system time and even if Apple allowed apps to do that, it would take a lot of effort to make sure it worked ...



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