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I have an app in the appstore that used to be paid and with no ads.

I want to upload an update, make the app 'free', add ad's, that could be removed by purchasing "No ads 'in-app purchase'".

Problem:

I don't want users that have paid for the app before to update the app and see ads.

I want to grant "No ads 'in-app purchase'" for users who is updating the app.

Basically, if a person is updating, then no ads is 'purchased' by default. If a person in downloading the app for the first time, he gets ads.

Is this possible? Any workarounds?

Thank you

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You could update the paid app to set a preference that the user has the paid version. Then update the app with the free version.

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    That sounds interesting. Do I get it right, If a user skips the first update, he will get the ads anyway? – user40 Sep 22 '15 at 23:07
  • @user40 yes, the user will get ads. It was the best I could come up with. – At0mic Sep 23 '15 at 4:10

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