You can delete the application by touching and holding the app until they all start to wiggle and a black circle containing an X appears in an upper corner. Touch the black circle and that app will be deleted.
Then go to Settings > Store > tap your Apple ID > Sign Out.
Then Sign In with the new Apple ID, go to the App Store and download the app you want. Then it will be owned by the new Apple ID
Ralph, thank you for your msg.
I know how to uninstall an app from iPad, the first problem is, we have here in my company many iPads and all of ones asking to update some apps. The second problem is, we have a ZENPRISE download with a different Apple ID.
So, we have probably to reset all iPads and set them up again with correct Apple ID.
I think you should do the installs the "apple way". It's all about drink the apple coolaid.
There are three ownership models:
- Layered. combines personal & institution.
Watch this apple video on layered ownership. It education based, but that's OK.
IT Resources -- ios & OS X -- This is a fantastic web page. I like the education site over the business site.
View documentation, video tutorials, and web pages to help IT professionals develop and deploy education solutions.
business site is:
Excellent guide. See announcment post -- https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4256735?tstart=0
good tips for initial deployment:
Educational institutions in the USA can use the App Store Volume Purchase Program (VPP) to buy Apps.