I want to delete an app from my iPad and download it fresh, to see if I can correct some odd behavior. I press the app icon, then tap the little X, see a warning, and tap Delete. It disappears. Then I open the App Store, and go to Purchased. But the App Store thinks the app is still on the iPad, and provides an Open button; thus it can't be downloaded. If I tap the Open button, I'm taken to the home screen, but nothing more happens. I restart the iPad, and open App Store again. Same result. I force restart the iPad, same result. I look and find an odd icon in the third screen, as if freshly downloaded (the original app was in the first screen) with a slightly different name. The original app's name is TextEdit+; the reappearing icon, which is a generic shape with some geometric lines in it (rather than the icon of the original app), is titled TextEditPlus. Apparently the App Store sees the latter as the former. If I tap on it, however, nothing happens. I delete this remnant icon: press, tap the X, etc. The App Store still won't let me download the app; it thinks the app is still there, but when I tap the Open button, nothing happens. Again I restart, then force restart the iPad. The remnant icon reappears. Round and round we go. Not only can I not download a fresh copy of the app, the "remnant" version doesn't work, so I can't use it at all. I'm even worse off than when I started. Can anybody suggest how I can get rid of this thing, so I can download the app again?