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If I pay for an app, can i delete it and later reload without paying again?

I foresee needing to remove for space reasons and then later wanting to add again.
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by:darbid73
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The short answer is yes.  

How would you like to do this with iTunes or on your device?
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by:patriotpacer
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>>How would you like to do this with iTunes or on your device?

Device, I guess.  SO maybe just delete from my device and then go back in to the app store and load/download again.

I was just hoping that it wouldn't make me purchase again.
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You are correct.  If you are on your device and have deleted it then go to iTunes and simply go to updates and you will see purchased.

If you don't then you can simply find the app on iTunes and install it again.  You will not pay for it.

I am assuming it is not some special app where you have in app purchases or some time limits.
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