Re: Has FlickType classic been removed from the app store?
JP,toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Actually, the removal of apps from iTunes backups was introduced with iTunes
12.7 which was released last September so it's been about a year that this
was the case.
I'm not following your comment that having an app on another device with
automatic download might enable you to get it to a new iPhone. As far as I'm
aware, there is no device-to-device transfer of apps in the iOS world. If
the app isn't in the Apps Store, it isn't getting on a new device.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf
Of JP Shandra
Sent: Friday, September 14, 2018 4:17 PM
Subject: Re: [FlickType] Has FlickType classic been removed from the app
This is definitely a new thing from Apple. Where it must be in the app
store. If you have it on another device, automatic download might be an
option to get back on the new phone.
On Sep 14, 2018, at 2:07 PM, Alan Lemly <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:iPhone a little less than a month ago and restoring my backup to it. I had
an app named Snippets that I used regularly to transfer text between
computer and iPhone. However, Snippets was no longer in the Apps Store when
I restored my backup to my new iPhone and therefore, it was no longer on my
iPhone after the restore. I'm pretty sure apps are not included in what is
backed up to either iCloud or a local computer so I'm not sure how their
being tied to a particular Apple ID enters into the restoration. If the app
isn't available in the Apps Store when one does their restore, there is no
source from which to restore it. So, it seems your removing FlickType
Classic from the Apps Store makes it no longer available to anyone restoring
a backup to a new device.
Behalf Of FlickType
Sent: Friday, September 14, 2018 3:06 PMstore?
restored from an iCloud backup, then all previous app downloads should be
restored as well. If you're aware of a new change will you please share a
link so I can get up to speed?