Add your gmail account to each device then go into apps and download them again and they should all be free. IIRC when in the play store click on the down arrow looking thing to see all the apps you have already paid for.
If the device is registered in your account (that contains the paid apps), and you can't download them, it is likely that they aren't compatible. Not all my apps play on all of my devices.
Thanks, I never thought of clicking the "Installed" button again to install in my other device (ofcourse my other device also uses my same account) from the play store. (It should say something else other than "Installed" when it sees more than one device associated with the account, just my thought)
I'm new to Android, and I am wondering is there any way to tell if an app has ads before you install it? Looking at the google play store, I can't find any listings on whether or not an ap has ads.
*Usually* when there is a free version & a paid version, the free version has ads on it. I usually read a few reviews to see if there are ads. Sometimes the creator of the app will say in the description 'ad supported'. HTH
Well considering the site is Android Police, probably not!
Snark aside, if you want free or cheap iOS apps, set deal alerts for iTunes.
That's what I do and within a month, I have more apps than my 32gb iPad can hold. I've gotten dozens free, and saved quite a bit on apps I would have bought at full price anyway, or might have bought save for the price.
Furthermore, in addition to the actual app savings, you also save on iTunes cards! Deals come up all the time for 10-20% off iTunes cards and you can use those of course to save on apps.
So right now for example, I just got Best Buy gift cards worth $60 for $50. I take those and buy iTunes gift cards at 20% off at Best Buy, on Christmas day through the 29th they are 20% off as a Reward Zone member (or at least for Premier Silver), check your iOS Best Buy app. So I am saving QUITE a bit.
Apple users spend a lot more on their hardware but have it better for app savings than Android users do.
Battery Monitor Widget Pro https://play.google.com/store/app...rch_result
This app is worthwhile especially for calibrating with extended batteries. It really came in handy on my HTC Evo 3D so I could get an accurate estimate on the extended battery.
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