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Yes - stacking gift cards is not an issue. You will just carry a larger balance and less risk of losing the cash. You lose the flexibility to redeem them on another account.


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No UK cards are valid for UK accounts, it won't work on US account. Your friend can use PCGameSupply; it's what I use for my US account when I'm not in US. You can buy cards for almost any country, and it's digitally delivered.


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The answer is Yes, but why go to all that effort of swapping back & forth between accounts. It would be far, far simpler to use an Apple ID each [as Apple intended] & set up Family Sharing - that's what it was designed for. Shared apps/music/books etc, yet separate 'tastes' in each & no cross-linked messages, email, texts or personal data.


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From what I have been able to gather, it looks like the Podcasts App and the iBooks app are the only apps made by Apple that don't have a ratings button. I am guessing since the Podcasts app (and iBooks) are automatically installed on your iPhone or iPad in iOS 8, and are also installable from the app store on earlier versions of iOS, they most likely just ...


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UPDATE for follow-up question from OP You can Authorize each other's computers on your Apple Account. There is a limit to doing this as you can only authorize 5 accounts on any one Apple ID. Then in iTunes on you computers, you can log into one account, download all of the apps associated with that account. Then log out, and log into the other Apple ...


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The email is spam. You can check if you have a credit card linked by opening iTunes and going to iTunes Store → Account (right sidebar), authenticating and looking at the payment method section.


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App Annie might be a solution for what you want.


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In order to change your app's name, you have to create a new version. There is no other possibility.


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On an iPhone, you're right it's currently missing even on 8.3. Perhaps an oversight. On iPad, it's ok. Open up the iTunes Store, it's in the footer for Music:


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You can use the Spotify premium account on the iPhone, and you should. At least where I live (Chile) you save approx 40% on the monthly subscription by buying it directly with Spotify instead of an in-app purchase.


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You could install OS X in VirtualBox on your Mac, and login to your old Apple ID on the virtual Mac, and thus bypass this restriction. VirtualBox has functionality for sharing folders between your host Mac and the guest Mac (the virtual machine) so you could copy out the purchases that way. Kind of heavy duty, but it would solve your problem.



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