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There is a feature request on Android's bug tracker for this. If you're intent on seeing this feature, click on the .
You can uninstall it and the market will remember that you bought it. It'll say "purchased" in the market and you can reinstall any time. Every time I reflash a ROM I go into my downloads section of the market and I see all my purchased apps.
I bought an Anchor tabled last week , and using my Google account, was able to download the application I bought on my Samsung Galaxy S phone, without any problems. So I think, from my experience, you can download the same software again, as long as it's coupled with the same Google account.
In addition to Martyn's answer on encryption. This might be a bit on the developer side, however, Google offers Application Licensing: With Google Play Licensing, your application can query Google Play at run time to obtain the licensing status for the current user, then allow or disallow further use as appropriate.
If the developer keeps releasing updates to the app as the same packagename and you already purchased the application previously, then should receive updates for the application for free. E.g. if you went and purchased my app then you should get updates so long as I keep updating this specific packagename of the app: net.mandaria.cardashboardpro However, I ...
There is no limit. From Google Support: Downloading previously purchased & downloaded apps When you download a paid or free app on Google Play, the app is connected to your Google Account, meaning that you get several benefits: If you get a new device, remove an app to free up space, or reset your device, you can reinstall the app ...
Help section of Google Play Store (accessible from Google Play Store menu button on left > help and feedback> search for returns and refunds> Apps and games refunds) relevant to your question, says (emphasis mine) After 2 hours or more,Contact the developer If Google Play's 2-hour return period has passed, the developer is responsible for deciding if ...
You're correct that app piracy in Android is a problem, and it's a reason a lot of app developers have gone for a more in app purchase model, rather than selling their apps on the play market. You're also correct in your method - ripping an APK file off a rooted phone is trivial. Google have recognised this and responded by added App Encryption which will ...
Update: Google Play Gift Cards are now widely available in many countries. Thanks to @Chahk for reminding me to update. Amazon has released their own Android Appstore which allow you to send Amazon gift cards that are redeemable for Android Apps. This requires a few extra steps, but should let you gift what you want to until this function gets added to the ...
Requirements a google checkout account with valid credit card (this has no country limitations) pre-paid SIM card from supported country (for me pre-paid Three UK SIM worked just fine) Steps for purchasing insert the pre-paid SIM enter google account that is associated with google checkout (account will be asked because of SIM change) connect over Wi-...
On your phone open the Android Market app, press Menu, then select Help, then choose Troubleshooting (under Users), you should now see the "Retrieving previously purchased apps" headline. This says: Your application purchases are tied to your Google Account and can be installed an unlimited number of times on any device. ... If you change ...
According to the Google Play Business and Program Policies, you may re-install any app you have purchased, unlimited. (also if the app has been updated since you bought it). Based on my experience it works like that indeed: I have updated and re-installed paid apps without any issue. Please note that the re-install/update also works on any other android ...
(1) Check out Legacy Play Store. You can get the list on UNINSTALLED PAID apps. INSTALLED list includes both PAID and UNPAID. If you decide to install it, you may need to: use Root Explorer (I had troubles with Astro and File Expert) copy the apk to /system/app chmod the apk to 644 NOTE: It works on my Samsung Galaxy S2, running CyanogenMod9. EDIT: ...
Once bought, always yours. New device, factory-reset, does not matter -- as long as your account stays the same. Paid apps are bound to the Google-Account you've purchased them with. To give some proof: I use several apps I bought once on 3 devices simultaneously. I never was asked to pay again when installing them on the next device. Provided I used the ...
Your application purchases are tied to your Google Account and can be installed an unlimited amount of times on any device http://market.android.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=113410
Procedure for most Android phones is: Open the "Market" application, click your phone's Menu button, click "Downloads" or "My Downloads", click name of App that you previously purchased, click Install button. Note: If you've also changed the Google Account associated with the phone, then you'll lose the ability to install apps purchased under the old ...
The norm definitely seems to be for developers to update their app and those who have already paid for it will also receive the update. However, this is definitely not enforced in any way, shape, or form. Unless you have a contract stating otherwise (and you ensure it's enforced), you only get what you pay for (the current version of the app) and that's it....
The best you can really do currently is to buy them from the Market (web or app) and then just cancel the download/installation when it starts on your device. This only works with apps your device supports, though. Purchasing unsupported apps was the topic of this related question.
App purchases are not bound to devices, but to the Google account they've been purchased with. So as long as you use the same Google account on the devices, there should be no limit AFAIK.
For rooted phones: There is an app called Market Enabler that allows you to fake which country and carrier you're on when you're browsing the market so that you can easily browse markets from other countries or carriers. using this you should be able to connect to other European markets (I don't know which country you're in but many European markets such as ...
To answer your question 'Are there any alternatives to get the mighty eagle back?' Unfortunately not. It's up to app developers to support redownloading of in app content, and it certainly seems that you have found a bug. Get in contact with Rovio at http://www.rovio.com/en/about-us/contact or firstname.lastname@example.org and explain your issue - they will be able ...
Can an app installed from Play Store being dropped support due to changing requirement in Android version? App developer (free/paid app) is at complete liberty to support/not support later Android versions, with or without continuing support for earlier versions. You will find many apps not supporting Lollipop or Marshmallow, and on other hand supporting/...
Go to Playstore menu → Account → Order history, you will find all details of purchases made using the linked account. Click on the apps you wish to install from there and you are done Edit: Added additional pics to depict the process, seeing that there are answers saying it cannot be done (App chosen is purchased but currently not installed)
SlideMe supports paypal. but i dont know what their "inventory" looks like compared to android market. You could try to get the PayPal debit card and link that to a google checkout account, if you can...
Answer is in their FAQ: The free version is advertisement supported while the premium version is not. Both the free and premium versions have the same set of features at this point except the premium version will get faster updates.
When you download an app (whether free or paid) it is tied to your Google account so you can get all updates for this app as long as the developer is maintaining it. Every app has a package name. This can be something like com.touchtype.swiftkey This is the package name for SwiftKey. If you buy it*, the app is tied to your Google account. You can ...
YAAM (Yet Another Android Market) uses PayPal, I've had no problems with it.
Neither Google Android Market nor the Amazon Appstore support Paypal. SlideMe.org is an alternative market which does support Paypal payments. It's not a mirror, so you won't find as many apps as you would in the official Google Market.
With the recent legal bickering between eBay and Google, I'd say that the Android Market starting to accept PayPal (owned by eBay) is highly unlikely any time soon: http://www.csmonitor.com/Business/Latest-News-Wires/2011/0528/EBay-sues-Google-over-stolen-secrets-poached-employees There are other alternative markets like SlideMe that I believe do offer ...
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