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Topic # 57880 27-Feb-2010 18:36
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After a few weeks of owning an iPod Touch. I decided to buy an iPhone. I had purchased a few app's and games for my touch. Can I put them on my iPhone or do I need to re-purchase them. I have look all over iTunes and can't find them to reload. Any help much appreciated.

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  Reply # 302880 28-Feb-2010 08:24
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No need to re-purchase them, once you've bought an app it's yours to put on as many devices as you like. Just connect your iPhone and sync it, the apps you've already bought will sync right over. If you can't find them in iTunes take a look in the left hand column where you see 'iTunes Music Store', 'Music', 'Movies' etc., you should see 'Apps'. Click on that and you will see all apps you've bought (unless you've bought them all *on* your iPod and never synced them back to iTunes, in which case connect your iPod, right-click it in iTunes and click 'transfer purchases').

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