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Paper Train HD - Free iPhone/iPad App (Was $3.99)

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I haven't tried it yet, but reviews seem good… FREE FOR 1 DAY ONLY

Description

Download the @FreeAppADay Store App and wish for more top rated paid apps like Paper Train HD to become FREE for a day!

"Paper Train Is Flt. Control For Dummies" - Kotaku, http://bit.ly/eROvAd
"Don’t Miss This Train!" - Touch Reviews, 4/5, http://bit.ly/h6Lkgg
"What a great game! Graphics are wonderful and the flow of the game is simple. " - Panomn, iTunes review

Control railway traffic without crashing any trains.

Features:
-30 challenging maps
-4 difficulty levels
-beautiful hand-drawn graphics
-online high scores
-universal binary (supports iPad/iPhone/iPod)
-retina display support
-multitasking support

http://facebook.com/PaperTrain
video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzI9c9TJg4g

Related Stores

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Marketplace
Apple App Store
Apple App Store

closed Comments

  • +2 votes

    23.2mb

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    wouldnt spend $4 on it…. but good app for a freebie, nice find.

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    As posted above this is 23.2mb, and therefore over the 20MB download limit over 3G. As such I can't buy this until I get home tonight, at which point the sale may have finished.

    Is there any way to purchase an app without downloading it? I've had this happen to me a number of times and it's quite frustrating not being able to purchase something now and download it later.

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      use itunes? :P

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      If you pay close attention to the process, you'll see it works as follows:

      You click to "buy" the application, iOS complains it's over 20MB.
      Now the icon changes from "Buy" to "Install".
      When you return to Wifi coverage, it automatically downloads in the App Store on your device.

      Result: You "bought" it when you clicked buy. You downloaded it when you had WiFi.

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        Thanks for those instructions. Unfortunately I attempted to follow them (paying very close attention) and the process was as follows:

        1. Click the 'Free' button.
        2. Icon changes from 'Free' to 'Install'.
          Nothing happens.
        3. The 20MB warning doesn't show up until I click the 'Install' button.

        No app 'purchase' takes place. Perhaps it's different for paid apps, but the above process has happened for me every time over the past 3 years.

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          So what happened when you returned to WiFi coverage ? You bought the App, it just couldnt install it at the time.

          No different for paid or free apps.