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If you're able to sync to your Kindle AND iPad, it sounds like there's an issue with your iPhone and the Kindle Reader app. Try deleting the Kindle Reader app, power cycle your iPhone, then power on, re-download the Kindle Reader app and try your download again.
iOS: An app you installed unexpectedly quits, stops responding, or won't open
Learn what to do if an app you downloaded from the App Store on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch unexpectedly quits, stops responding, or won't open.
Follow the steps below and test the app after each step.
Restart the app
Close the app and open it again.
Restart your device
Turn the device off and on.
Update your device software and your apps
Update your device to the latest version of iOS.
Update your apps:
Open the App Store and tap Updates.
If updates are available, tap Update All.
If asked, enter your Apple ID password. The updates will download and install.
You might need a Wi-Fi connection to update some apps.
Install another app from the App Store
If your installed app won't open, download and install a free app that isn't on your iOS device. This should reset your Apple ID authorization.
Remember to use the same Apple ID that you used to download the app that you're having issues with.
Reinstall the app
Remove the app from your device and reinstall it. Remember that deleting an app also deletes its data.
Wait for the app to download, then open it from the Home screen.
If the download stops, you can resume it.
Contact the developer
If you see the issue again, contact the developer of the app for help:
Find the app in the App Store.
Tap the app and tap Reviews.
Tap App Support.
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Talk to a Human
Press 0, then press 5 OR For tech support, have serial number ready. Don't press zero -- say "iPhone Support" (or whatever product you're calling about). The system will ask you for serial number and get you right to someone who can help
Open the "App Store" app on your iPhone and you can browse for apps or search for specific ones. Once you are on the page for the app click on the price of the app or on "Free" and then click on "Buy" or "Install".
double click on the home button to see all your open applications and close each one out by "tossing" them upward. Then restart Facebook by clicking on the app icon. If this does not work, check to see if there is an update needed in the App Store application under "updates". All else fails, remove the app using iTunes and sync you iPhone, then download again from the App Store.
Providing your other apps are iOS devices, simply go to the app store on each device, search for the app. Then when the app comes up, there should be a cloud icon where there would be a "buy" link. Click on the cloud and it will download onto the new device. You will probably have to enter your apple id and passcode.before download starts.
It is possible, a bit tricky, but possible. First, you'll need to download the Whatsapp app through iTunes on your computer, this will make it show up as "purchased" in your library.
After that, open up the App Store on your iPhone and go to the 'purchased' tab. When you try to install it this way it will tell you that you need iOS 6 or higher, but will also ask if you would like to download an older version of the app. then click on download.
- again step by step:
1) Open up iTunes on your computer
2) Go to Store (left hand column) ->iTunes Store
3) Search for Whatsapp; - download the app
4) then open App Store on your iPhone
5) Click on 'Purchased'
- you will have to install Whatsapp by clicking on it as usual.
App Store will ask you: "Download an older version of this app. The current version requires iOS 6.0 or later, but you can download the last compatible version.",
- then click on Download and it should finally work.
Press and hold the the icon for the game that is giving you greif. The icon will start to shake, and a little x will apear at the top right corner. Press this x. Now go back into iTUnes and download the game again, and it should work! If the iPhone is jailbroken and the app is from cydia, go into cydia, delete the game and redownload it.
If the app was paid for, you can delete and download it again for no charge!