In the past, recovering deleted apps from your iPhone or iPad meant relying on a backup or just purchasing it again. But those ways are history now. Compared to the early days, it’s pretty easy to restore accidentally deleted apps on your iPhone or iPad.
Thanks to iCloud, App management is easy and hassle-free. What’s more, re-downloading the app doesn’t cost you anything if you’ve already purchased the app.
How to recover deleted apps on iPhone and iPad
If you’ve set up Family Sharing on your iPhone, you can see the My Purchases option on the All Purchases screen. If not, the method to restore deleted apps remains the same in iOS 13/14 and earlier versions of iOS.
- Launch App Store on your iOS device.
- Now, tap on the profile icon at the top right corner.
- Next, tap Purchased.
- Tap My Purchases.
- Now, tap the Not on This iPhone menu at the top.
- Find the app that you deleted and wish to re-install. Then, tap on the cloud icon right next to the app, and the installation will begin.
Alternatively, you can also search for the purchased app on the App Store.
When you download the app (that you’ve already paid for), you won’t be charged again.
You can also read our guide to find out everything you need to know about recovering deleted photos.
Now that you know how this trick works, use it to easily reinstall deleted apps on your iPhone and iPad. Moving beyond this simple hack, we’ve covered quite a few posts related to the App Store. For instance, you can stop auto-play videos before they play and also filter reviews. Give them a look to get the most out of it.
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