Post # 1
Oh my gosh. So google has proffered me no answers, so I’m hoping one of you is tech savvy and can help me.
I have an iPhone 4s. I just got an iPad 2. I have both hooked up to iCloud, but I can’t get my apps from my iPhone onto my iPad. What obvious dots am I not connecting?! I got my music and photos over via iTunes, but the apps didn’t go. What the heck am I doing wrong?!
Post # 3
I don’t think apps can be purchased for more than one device. If you want them on both devices you have to purchase them on both devices.
ETA: Could be totally wrong.
Post # 4
I have the same idevices. I downloaded an app called bump onto both and then it let me transfer a specific app that i selected by bumping the devices together. but the app lots all it’s data when tranfered to the new idevice.
Post # 5
I thought that was the point of iCloud? It transferred everything between the two seamlessly? When I go into the App store on my iPad, under purchased it says “All” or “Not on this iPad” as options at the top.
Post # 6
I have an ipod touch and an ipod 4S…most of the apps I already had on my ipod touch, when I went to the app store to download them it would say “INSTALL” instead of purchase or free where the price normally is. Maybe that will work?
Post # 7
lucky duck with your ipad 2! i have an iphone but no use for the cloud yet but your apps should save/backup to your itunes no? can you move them over the same way you did your music and videos?
Post # 8
@totheislnds: I know. I’m so excited. I’ve been saving for it for a while 🙂
So ya, I guess I’m doing this old school via iTunes, I just thought that the iCloud was supposed to do this. Ugh. Oh well.
Post # 9
The iCloud is supposed to. Did you use the same e-mail address as you did on your iPhone 4S or vice versa?