Not sure. Did you end up getting charged for it, or did it download for free as the updated version?Thanks to all for the answers and inspiring exhortations. So I decided to delete the app and re-purchase it (to give it another shot after an update had been issued). When I went to do so, it said that I had already purchased the app and asked whether I wanted to download it again for free. Is this normal behavior after a refund?
Makes sense. That is probably why they will only refund once via "accidental purchase" policy.you are all wrong. my little brother bought some games for his iTouch using 1-click buy not knowing that I would have to pay $$$ for the games. when i found that out i contacted support and they refunded me $$$ and i deleted all the games. after about 2 months i wanted to buy one of these games and when i clicked buy it said that i already purchased it so my download is free. after that i tried with other games (that my brother accidentally purchased and i got refund) and i can download all of them, newest version.
I've only done one return to the store, and it came back as an iTunes store credit. I don't think it matters whether your account is using a credit card, or a gift card, your going to get a "store credit" I believe.Anyone know how refund works if your iTunes account only has gift card credit (rather than a credit card)? Do I get refunded back the gift card credit?
Just to rekindle an old thread. Last night randomly I got an update for Navigon which hadn't been updated from 1.0.0 because of the refund I'd imagine. Last night however the app showed as an update in the app store and I updated successfully.I bought Navigon and then thought to myself I would be better spending my money elsewhere and got a refund. I never really thought of the consequences. Though I still have the app on my iphone it just doesn't show any updates available and I am on the original version that I received when purchasing.
If you retain the app on your PC you will get updates. However if you've received a refund, you should've deleted the app from your iPhone and your PC (something I think stated in the terms of the refund). ITunes won't then be able to update an app that isn't there, or even notify you of an available update if there is no trace of the app on your computer. It doesn't look at past purchases, but rather checks apps on your system/iPhone.Just to rekindle an old thread. Last night randomly I got an update for Navigon which hadn't been updated from 1.0.0 because of the refund I'd imagine. Last night however the app showed as an update in the app store and I updated successfully.