Why is Apple charging me for a free app?
Answer: A: We are fellow users, we haven’t charged you anything.
This is just be downloading the app, you haven’t subscribed to something in the app or done an in-app purchase in it .
‘Get’ just means that the app is free to download, it doesn’t mean that it’s not possible to then buy things in it..
Do Apple apps cost money?
Apple has changed the way it labels apps in its iTunes and Mac App Stores, so that apps that cost nothing to download are no longer marketed as “Free”. Instead, when a user navigates to an app’s page, they will be presented with a new “Get” button, which allows them to download the app to their device at no charge.
Are apps with get free?
On iOS, any app with a “Get” button is free to download but not necessarily free to use or play. Paid apps have their prices in place of “Get.” On Android, free apps have an “Install” button, while paid apps show the price and “Buy.” Free Android apps may also have in-app purchases.
How do I call Apple support?
Contact Apple SupportU.S. technical support: (800) APL–CARE (800–275–2273)See all worldwide support telephone numbers.Contact a mobile carrier.Make a reservation at an Apple Retail Store Genius Bar.Beats support: (800) 442–4000 (U.S.) or see all worldwide support telephone numbers.