I have a number of apps on my N1 that I have purchased such as TapaTalk & Copilot Navigator. When I purchase an N7, will I have to re-purchase them if I want them on the N7? Or are they in my Android “cloud” and useable by any Android device that I have registered with Google?
You should have no probs downloading them onto your Nexus 7, I also had Tapatalk installed on my phone, and it was availble to download at no charge onto my N7.
I have no idea what the licensing rules are around this, presumably it’s OK and it’s not like it will let you pay for it again anyway – it simply doesn’t give you the choice!
But it sounds like the way it should work, I have paid for the apps and would expect to use them on different devices. But then it doesn’t necessarily work like that with PC software.
Perhaps there is a limit to the number of devices an app can be installed because Google Play does know how many I have and what is installed on which.
This is what I was hoping for. Wonder if that’ll work for my antivirus app from Eset.
I have loads of apps that i originally downloaded for my archos tablet then downloaded to my nexus when i got that, no problem at all. In fact i reflashed my old tablet dozens of times with different roms and never had an issue reinstalling apps. Its one of the reasons I like android and switched tablets and phone to it.