Currently Being ModeratedJan 30, 2013 4:10 AM (in response to Demo)
Maybe someone like you that has lots of points can talk to someone at Apple that makes the rules. I have two accounts, both are mine using the same credit card.
Started with one, got the second one a few years ago when my iphone was stolen. Apparently, back a few months ago I got an email notice to upgrade to icloud.
Must have gotten a notice for the older me.com account also. And now realize my contacts and text are all mixed up. It's a pain having itunes on one and everything else on the other. I've called Apple several times but no luck...... they say there's no way to combine the two accounts. Ridiculous.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 16, 2013 10:08 AM (in response to rbrylawski)
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 16, 2013 11:06 AM (in response to monkey_4150)
APP STORE PRODUCT USAGE RULES
If you are an individual acting in your personal capacity, you may download and sync an App Store Product for personal, noncommercial use on any iOS Device you own or control.
(ii) If you are a commercial enterprise or educational institution, you may download and sync an App Store Product for use by either (a) a single individual on one or more iOS Devices used by that individual that you own or control or (b) multiple individuals, on a single shared iOS Device you own or control. For example, a single employee may use an App Store Product on both the employee's iPhone and iPad, or multiple students may serially use an App Store Product on a single iPad located at a resource center or library. For the sake of clarity, each iOS Device used serially by multiple users requires a separate license.
(iii) You shall be able to store App Store Products from up to five different Accounts at a time on a compatible iOS Device.
(iv) You shall be able to manually sync App Store Products from at least one iTunes-authorized device to iOS Devices that have manual sync mode, provided that the App Store Product is associated with an Account on the primary iTunes-authorized device, where the primary iTunes-authorized device is the one that was first synced with the iOS Device or the one that you subsequently designate as primary using the iTunes application.
Arguably, the Terms quoted above (especially those related to commercial or educational entities) imply that a person may use her access to the App Store under her Apple ID only for her own use of the app(s) in question. This is only an implication, however, and your friends are presumably neither commercial entities nor educational entities.
Therefore, the question would seem to turn on the meaning of the words "personal" and "control." Is Friend B's personal use of Minecraft on her iPad sufficiently "personal" use to constitute the "personal, noncommercial use" described in clause (i)? Does Friend A sufficiently "control" Friend B's iPad to fulfill the requirement that the use of his Apple ID-purchased copy of Minecraft is used on an iPad that she "own[s] or control[s]"? Note that Friend A need not own Friend B's iPad—the fact that mere "control" is also a sufficient circumstance indicates that Friend B may own her own iPad.
As I responded to Dah•veed, in essence, Apple allows the use under one Apple ID of apps on multiple devices. Clause (iii) specifically allows the inverse: the use (well, at least, "storage") of apps from multiple Apple IDs on one device. This clause says nothing about the multiple Apple IDs all belonging to the owner, controller, or user of that iPad. It seems to me, then, that you might be allowed, for example, to put Documents to Go on your iPad and the iPads of your two smartest friends, so that they could receive and provide you with edits on a novel you are writing in MS Word format. How does the Minecraft scenario differ? What if the Minecraft transfer were to allow Friend B to learn Minecraft so as to instruct Friend A how to better play the game?
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 17, 2013 4:15 AM (in response to Lan_Holmes)
After Reading To Reviews,send by the Members..I came to Conclusion that, None Of The Methods have been
Applicable to Tranfer the Apps From One ID to Another..Moreover, there are certain limitations for the Transfer
Also, I would like ask U all Guys...that, in iTunes,they have given Option fr Authorizing....Only "Computers"
And Not "Accounts/ID's"...Why This So...???...Basically,If someone is Die-Hard-Fan Of Apple Products..
Then Where is the Flexibility gone...??..Ultimately, there must be some way,out of it.
Its Like, One should be Happy...With What You Have....!!!!..If Suppose, I hv my Bro's A/c and wanna
get his Apps...Thn I Hv to log in through his ID..And wanna Transfer It..Its NOT POSSIBLE...!!!
Can Somebody Give An Expalantion....???....Please.....!!!!!
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 17, 2013 7:00 AM (in response to Dr.Saif)
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 22, 2013 1:49 PM (in response to Lan_Holmes)
I am retiring in May and have an ipad that belongs to the school. I will no longer need Speech Pathology apps and even though I purchased them myself with my itunes account (my district would not purchase them and even if they did, it would have been on our personal accounts) I will NOT need them. It is a shame the new therapist will not be able to keep my apps on this device. My students use these apps. Their data is stored on my device. I would like a continuium of services. For Apple to be a self proclaimed "educational leader" this particular policy of non transfer of apps is counterproductive. It is not "copying" apps - (yes, as old as I am, I know about bump technology). It is letting my apps stay with my students, transferring....not stealing. I plan on leaving a large quantity of therapy materials, books and games as well. NEVER would anyone accuse the new therapist of stealing these things even though they were purchased by me and will even have my name on them. Shame shame on Apple - you are hindering the education of students who need thoe most help!!
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 22, 2013 2:09 PM (in response to Slp2go)
You're a bit thick for an educator.
my district would not purchase them and even if they did, it would have been on our personal accounts
There is the culprit. Shame, shame on your school district - it is hindering the education of students who need the most help!!
There are Apple programs for educational orgs to properly buy apps that are then licensed to the district and stay with the district when teachers and other professionals change. Don't come here pointing the finger of shame at Apple, there are three others pointing right back at you.Mac mini, OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.2), iPad 4, iPhone 5 (iOS 6.1)
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 22, 2013 2:18 PM (in response to Lan_Holmes)
I can see why you get ZERO likes on your responses. Rude and crude. Like all teachers I spend my own money to make sure my students have adequate materials. Maybe your kids go to an affluent school (hopefully you don't have any). It doesnt matter that your remarks are and have been those of a bully. The onous is on Apple and the analogy of cars and coffee cups is spot on.