This is a discussion on How to get a refund on an App from iTunes store within the iTunes Forum forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; Originally Posted by fva432010 I have an android phone and you have 24hrs to return any app with out any question. That is Fair. That's ...
I think that once you've paid your money, you own it. Do your due diligence before pressing the install button, then be prepared to live with your decision.
Steve in So Cal
"My wife says I never finish anyth"
A couple of times I have bought the iPhone version of an app instead of the desired iPad version. I see it on some site and click on the link then don't notice it's the iPhone version until its already downloading. I did it with 'GOODREADER' just a few weeks ago. That was a wasted £2.99
I just assumed there is no way to reverse the purchase. There should be though, especially if you can show you just bought the iPad version right after.
It would be good if they could make the iPad and iPhone screens dramatically different as I haver very slight dyslexia and also I'm a bit colour blind so it's an easy mistake to make.
Just want to share that I was successful in getting back a few bucks on an app that didn't work out for me. The process worked just as described, I emailed them and heard back the next day. Refund on its way within 5-7 business days.
Easy as pie. Or cake.
32GB Wifi iPad 2 / OS 7.0
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