Only Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Discover. If you can help thanks. Now, you'll find thousands of free iPhone and iPod Touch apps there, none of which require a credit card to download--a nice change for anyone loathe to hand over private card information. I have tried restarting my phone. Frankly if they were to just ask people to fill in a line with a country there would likely be a lot of people not telling the truth so they could buy items from other countries. Only Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Discover.
Supriah wrote: If you're not going to offer helpful suggestions, and instead use sarcasm, why even bother to respond? Demo wrote: From the original post. I don't know if Apple changes their policy now. This does solve my problem. Moreover, you will stop receiving messages from App Store before you download free apps. Apps, even if free, potentially have licensing and distribution restrictions.
Once you set up your account with a valid card, you can then switch to none for your payment type. I don't trust Apple at all and I'm not willing to share my credit card information, especially that I'm installing only free applications. One day I entered a credit card and now I can't remove it. Now you could try Appandora Free App Installer to start downloading unlimited paid or free apps on your iDevices without App Store! After the information is entered tap next. Not the answer you're looking for? Download and install on your computer.
Click Create New Account circled in yellow in the photo. You just went and created new account. I'm trying to add apps to an used phone my brother will use in Argentina, and he doesn't have a Card. You will not be charged for free apps. Generally, pop-ups are forms of advertising.
This is a good option, if you frequently buy paid apps: Simply update your details. But when you download free apps or purchase apps a form of payment is required. You can also purchase a iTunes gift card from an Apple Store, BestBuy, Walmart and several other retailers. So, what do we do now? You may ask yourself, if it is a free app, why does Apple need your credit card details? I don't know if Apple changes their policy now. We discuss various topics including iPhone Help, iPhone Reviews, iPhone Apps, iPhone Accessories such as iPhone Keyboards, iPhone Cases, iPhone Covers , iPhone Games and more.
Is there anything I can do in this situation? Apple will allow you to get free content without a credit card. To assist you better I would appreciate if you could answer the following questions: 1 Have you made any changes to the hardware or software on the computer prior to the issue? Then you could select Jailbroken versioin or App Store version for your app to download. Here we would like to recommend you a free App Installer application - Appandora to help you download apps instead of using App Store in a few seconds. Pass it on, or ask for a different question, like: Where in the terms I just accepted said that privacy is not possible as advertised?. You will be prompted to sign in.
In the App Store, download a free app. But you do not need to run iTunes when launching Appandora. Tap Continue and sign in to view billing information. Thank you, though, for your help. There are two methods, one that is done on your computer and one that is done your device. No one here can change anything for you. The App Store offers many paid and free apps, but some Apple users do not have credit cards.
Tried to correct the time but it was already correct. From the description that you have posted, you are not able to download the free Apps from the Windows Store. Start the new account creation process by selecting your country or region 4. The apps I'm trying to download are free so I don't understand why I would have to have a card on file. However, your answer does not explain, why do I have to change these settings? Friends of mine have no form of payment but we cannot figure out why my iPhone keeps demanding a credit card when I only wish to use free services. To tell you the truth I am not exactly sure of what I did but after forcing Windows to update and install whatever updates I needed, seems like it was Silverlight the apps store started to work. Of course this makes it tough for people who can't or don't want to provide credit card information but then the choice is up to you.
The bulletin's instructions are straightforward, but just remember that you need to have opened and be in the App Store before creating the account. You don't have to use a credit card however. I have not tried to download anything that has a charge either, but today it will not let me download anything. Thanks but I already read the original post before replying. The error message mostly crops up while installing free apps from the App Store and tends to stop you from carrying out your task.