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I had downloaded the Navionices for my phone app about a month ago and just yesterday got a new phone, Is there any way I can get it onto my new phone with out having to rebuy it again

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Yeah it is saved in the app store associated with your account. When you set up yhe phone it is pretty easy to do. No you dont have to buy it again.

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Yeah it is saved in the app store associated with your account. When you set up yhe phone it is pretty easy to do. No you dont have to buy it again.
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if an Iphone the Itunes will show it, if Android Google Play Store will. Just make sure your new phone has the same email address/Itunes account linked to it then go to the store and it should show up.

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Yep you have to have the same email account or it wil not work at all. I made this mistake and I even called navionics and they appoligized ad said sorry there was nothing they could do.

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I had to rebuy it after a purchase because I didnt back it up. Nor did I have an account.

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Can't buy apps on Apple or Google products without an account setup on the phone. You can't even browse apps on Google phones without a Gmail account.

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You guys are right I just went into my APPS store and there it was. Thanks for the help

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