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Finally! After a false start earlier this morning, Skype has finally rolled out their long waited for native iPad app.

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Skype for iPad is a free 16MB download and will work with any iPad, although an iPad 2 is needed to make video calls.

Here’s the description from the App Store download page:

Bring your Skype contacts closer with full screen video at your fingertips.
Beautiful and simple, this is Skype built especially for the iPad. Call, video call, or instant message anyone on Skype. Plus, if you add a little Skype Credit, call landlines and mobiles at really low rates.

Simple to use:
• Join Skype on our website or just sign straight in to your account.
• If you already have a Skype account, your Skype contacts will automatically be there on your iPad.
• We’ve made adding new Skype contacts really easy.
• Once they’re in your Contact list, call, video or instant message them in one touch.
• Flick through recent calls and instant messages in your Skype for iPad history.
• Skype for iPad works over Wi-Fi or 3G (operator data charges may apply). Call Skype contacts on their iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, PC, Mac and even Skype enabled TVs.

Access free Skype features:
• Talk face-to-face or show what you’re seeing with front and back-facing cameras.
• Use Skype for iPad to call anyone else on Skype – and enjoy near CD quality (SILK) sound.
• Instant message and add emoticons to personalize your messages.

Then unlock even more features when you pay a little:
• Make cheap calls to landlines or mobiles from your iPad.
• Get an Online Number from Skype so people can call you on your iPad.

If you want to unlock these extra features, you can pay in a way that suits you.
• Pay As You Go with Skype Credit – great for when you’re using Skype every now and again.
• Pay monthly with a subscription – best if you use Skype a lot.

System requirements:
• Skype video calling requires iOS 4.0 or above.
• Send and receive video using front or back camera on iPhone 4, iPad 2nd Generation, and iPod touch 4th Generation.
• Send and receive video using rear camera on iPhone 3GS.
• Receive video only on iPad 1st Generation and iPod touch 3rd Generation.
• Works with any H264 compatible devices, including TVs.

You can download Skype for iPad here.

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App Store: Downloading Older Versions of Apps

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Sections in this article: Requirements for Downloading an Older Version of an App, How to Download, Downgrading Apps

See our news article here: Apple Allows Downloads of Older Versions of Apps. This article will provide instructions and additional information. If the particular app you want to download does not offer an older version, see this utility to find an alternative app: Find iOS Apps Compatible with Older Devices.
To be able to download an older 'legacy' version of an app, a few conditions must be met (more detailed explanations below):
  • You must have purchased/downloaded the app before (see this workaround for iOS devices if you didn't)
  • The app must have supported your older iOS or macOS version at one time
  • You must be running iOS 4.2 or later, or OS X Mountain Lion (10.8) or later
NOTE: Not all apps offer older versions. It is up to the app developer.
If you are attempting to download the app for the first time, the App Store will not offer the download of an older version. You must already own the app for the older version to be offered (see this workaround for iOS devices if you don't).
NOTE: The following will only work in iTunes versions prior to 12.7, as later versions do not have an iOS App Store section. To check your version, go to File > About iTunes (Windows) or iTunes > About iTunes (Mac).
If you do not already own the app, one workaround is to purchase/download the app from the iTunes Store on a Mac or PC using the same Apple ID you are using on your iOS device. The app will then be associated with your account and you should then be offered an older version if you attempt to download the app again on the iOS device. Do not try to install the copy downloaded in iTunes, as it is the newer, incompatible version. That step is only necessary to attain ownership of the app. You will need to access the App Store on your iOS device to be offered a compatible version.
Again, if the above was done correctly and does not work, then that particular app does not offer older versions.
The app must also have supported your iOS version at one time in the past. For example, if the very first version of an app required iOS 6.0, and never had an iOS 5-compatible version, you would not be able to install it on an iOS 5 device.
The ability to download older apps is available on iOS 4.2 and later. The original iPhone (iPhone 2G) and 1st generation iPod touch cannot update beyond iOS 3.1.3, and therefore cannot take advantage of this feature. If you have a newer device that is not yet running iOS 4.2 or higher, see Updating iOS.
It is also worth noting that only the latest version compatible with your iOS version can be downloaded. For example, if a developer releases Version 1.1 of their app, and it contains a lot of bugs, you might want to downgrade the app. However, you cannot do so if the latest version of the app is compatible with your device.
Example dialog on a device running iOS 4.2
If you find an app and are offered an older version, the dialog should look similar to the one above. Just tap on Download, and you will be taken to the home screen where the app will begin downloading.
NOTE: This only applies to iOS devices.
Again, if the latest version of an app is compatible with your device, that is the only version that will be offered. However, if you owned an older version of the app and would prefer to use that instead of the latest one (assuming that the older version is also compatible), it is possible if you use iTunes on a Mac or PC.
First, make sure that you have an older version of the app in iTunes. Under the 'LIBRARY' header, click on Apps. Find the app in question. If the app has an 'Update' banner, that is usually a good indicator that it is an older version of the app.
This is an older version of the Pages app, as indicated by the 'Update' banner
Another way to tell is by right clicking (control + click on a Mac) on the app in iTunes and selecting 'Get Info.' Select the Summary tab, and find 'Version.' Compare it with the version listed in the App Store.
If you do not have the version you are looking for in your iTunes library, it may have been replaced by a newer version. When iTunes updates apps, the .ipa file for the older app is sent to the trash (or recycle bin on a PC). If you have not emptied the trash recently, it may still be there. If you can locate the .ipa file for the app you want, you can delete the newer version from iTunes, then drag the older version to the 'Apps' section in the sidebar in iTunes. NOTE: Do not download .ipa files from anyone other than Apple, as other downloads will be tied to the owner's Apple ID and will not install without their password.
Confirm that the app you want has been added to the library. Then, you can delete the newer version of the app from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. For instructions, see: Deleting, Rearranging and Grouping Apps.
To install the older version from iTunes onto your iOS device, you can:
  • Conduct a sync
  • Drag the app from the Apps section of your Library to your device in iTunes' sidebar
  • Click on your device in the sidebar in iTunes, select the Apps tab at the top of the screen, select 'Install' for the app that you want, and click 'Apply' in the lower right

When you are done these steps, click the Apply button in the lower right of the iTunes window. A sync should be initiated, and, when complete, the app(s) in question should be installed on your device.


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thank you very much admin.. the workaround works.
can u please tell me how to get whatsapp messenger for iphone 3g as it says 'u need ios 4.3 or above to download this app' even with the procedure laid down by you.
in response to sandeep thammishetti
By AppleClubSupport on 6/26/14 • Reply
Not all apps will offer an old version. If WhatsApp decides not to offer it, you won't be able to download it, sorry.
By sandeep thammishetti on 6/28/14 • Reply
Thank you very much for your valuable information.
by the way Is there any other way to install whatsapp on Iphone 3g running on ios 4.2.1 as there are many ways established over the internet.
By sandeep thammishetti on 6/28/14 • Reply
Is there any app for home button for iOS 4.2.1 similar to iPhone 5 and above
By AppleClubSupport on 6/28/14 • Reply
You won't be able to get WhatsApp on an iPhone 3G since it's not compatible; hacking solutions are not worth the trouble. If by a home button app, you mean something like AssistiveTouch, I don't know of any.
By Emma on 8/28/15 • Reply
Is there any way to do this from your iPhone? I'm looking to get an older version of NBA 2k13 the v1.0.7 version but I have a broken computer.
By AppleClubSupport on 7/06/14 • Reply
If you don't have access to iTunes on a computer, the only other way to be offered an older version of an app is if you had a 2nd iOS device which is compatible with the latest version of the app.
By ZSwagga5 on 7/06/14 • Reply
Okay thank you. It's just that I hate the version of the game that I have now and would like the older version back.
I cant believe this actually works, it's simple and works exactly how it says and the work around does work, thanks a lot for this help!!!
Perfect! I was becoming so discouraged with my iPad gen 1 hand-me-down. Not anymore - this workaround works and now my iPad is not just a boat anchor! 😊
Yes, yes, yes -- WORKS!! One important detail I noticed was that when I used it for my iPod Touch 4th Gen after downloading in iTunes, back on the iPod there was an indication on the homepage that the App was downloading, but it never completed. After pondering a bit I cancelled the download on the iPod (long touch on an App then touch the cross to cancel/uninstall. Then I went back to the App Store on the iPod, re-selected the App, selected install, and hey presto I was asked if I wanted the older version. Once downloaded I was offered an up-date, but of course that was the newest version and NOT compatible with my iOS6, so I ignored it. THANKS!!!
By Mayeih on 12/22/14 • Reply
By Rr on 10/28/15 • Reply
I have a problem. I wish to download shadow fight 2 on a Ipod Touch ( do not know gen but is has iOS 5) it can run on the operating system yet it crashes on loading screen. How do I download a older version of the app which will use less processing power? Thanks
By AppleClubSupport on 8/15/14 • Reply
If your iPod is compatible with the latest version of an app, you won't be offered an older one. The only exception would be if you previously owned an older version of the app and it resides in your iTunes library, in which case you could refer to the 'Downgrading Apps' section of this article.
Thanks. This article allowed me to download older apps into an original iPad.
Can I download gopro apps on ios 6.1.3 ? Please tell me how was that.
By KC Go Pro on 11/05/15 • Reply
I wonder have you find a solution? I have a go pro 4 and also want to use my old ipod touch (4th gen) to control it. Do you know how?
how do i download and install an, older version of an, app (which i should source from? google i hope) without it assuming i want to install the latest version.?
an app i use downloaded an update and i updated but the new version doesnt run very well on my iphone (3gs) and im struggling to now revert back to the older one without it assuming i want to install the latest version. A way to get around this would be brilliant.
new version of a game is to laggy to play and the older version was bearable. it would be cool if i could downgrade to a version originally made for the iphone 3gs which in theory should run perfectly on this old iphone. seems it was made for it.
I did everything I could to download the app that I had onto my iPad 1 (original), and it installed okay, but when I tap on the app to open it, it goes black and then crashes. How do I make it work properly please?
hey, I tried to process your instruction, but itunes and my ipod touch (4th) say, that I need iOS 7 to install the app. It doesn't offer me the possiblity to download the last compatible version.
I want to download the Soundcloud app. I guess, I tried to download the app 6 mouth ago and it offered me the last compatible version at that time.
Is it possible that there was a change with the introduction of iOS 8?
By AppleClubSupport on 10/30/14 • Reply

No, you should still be able to download older versions of apps, there was no change with iOS 8. However, not all developers will let you download older versions of their apps. I would check with the developer of Soundcloud and see if they offer this.
Thank you for this article! NetFlix lives again on my resurrected 3G running (albeit slowly) iOS4.2.1.
THIS WORKED! Yes. Thank you. I got a compatible version of Skype for my iPod 4th gen!!! THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thank you so much! It's really work for me, the workaround.
It's so helpful😊
I am trying to download the ESPN Fantasy Football App to my 4th gen Ipod currently updated to the iOS.6.1.6 software. The App requires iOS 7 so it won't let me download it from the App store.
I tried getting the app on my computer then installing it on my synced device to get an older version but the message asking me if I want to install the older version never comes up. It only says that I need iOS for the app to download.
I had the previous version of the app on my ipod up until 10 min ago before I deleted it to download the new one (before I knew that I needed iOS 7 for the app), but I don't know if I have ever backed up my ipod before to try to downgrade the current app.
Any suggestions? Thanks a bunch.
By AppleClubSupport on 11/28/14 • Reply

Note that not all apps offer older versions. If you don't have the app in your iTunes library on your computer, then the older version is lost, sorry.
Dear Apple Club,
I have the older version of an app on my 1st gen I pad. What I am trying to do is to get this particular app onto my new I pad air.(2014 model) I am at a loss as to how to do this. I have DL'd the app from I tunes when I synced my devices, but the version that showed up on my Air, did not have any of my data on it from the older version although I logged in. Frustrating! Could you advise me step by step as to how to resolve this problem? I asked the app developers, but I think they are from a foreign country and are not getting back with me. If I didn't really love this app I wouldn't mess with it.
Thanks bunches!

By AppleClubSupport on 11/28/14 • Reply
There are different ways that apps store data, and we probably wouldn't have knowledge of a particular app, so you'll probably have to wait for a reply from their support.
I have an app, Music Tube, that I have updated twice since the version I like, and last night I was able to go back to the most previous version using a video on Youtube, which I think showed the same way. Is it possible to go back to the version before it? (If I can't do it on my own computer, I told my cousin about it. Maybe she hasn't updated it since then, but she might of.)
Hi! i have tried this but it wont work! I accidently deleted Facebook Chat on my Ipod 3rd gen and now it wont let me download it back as I do not have IOS7. ( the Ipod is 4.2.1) it doesn't give me the choice to download an older version.
Hey guys HUGE THANK YOU for this. Enjoying Spotify right now, not as fancy as the latest version I can see in my android mobile but oh I don't mind. It's the Music that matters. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
When Yahoo Weather added ads I tried this method of local installation to get around it. It worked! I also discovered that because I use CrashPlan for backup I could go WAY back for some apps if I ever needed.
Fantastic! This works brilliantly!
Hi, I downloaded Workaround to get the older version of Facebook, but it did not work (IOS 6.1.6., system required IOS 7) can you please help?
These instructions are a lot better than Apple's as they assume you already own the app!
Ok, so yeah but I have an older IPod, and I can't download anything that's IOS7 or higher. But on the App store, and I look for IOS6 or lower, I cant find it, and so that's makes it to were I can't download anything... Which really *****!
Instagram used to let download the last compatible version with my ios6 4th gen iPod and now it won't let me redownload. Instead of the message being:the newest version requires ios7 but the latest compatible version can be downloaded, and then it giving me the option to download the other version it just tells me: this application requires ios7 to be opened and used and the only option below is ok.. Please Help
By AppleClubSupport on 4/05/15 • Reply
I just now downloaded Instagram on iOS 6 without issue - the older version was still offered. Do you have an existing copy of the app that you are trying to update? Are you using a different Apple ID than when you downloaded it before? Both of these could be the cause of not being offered an older version. When was the last time you downloaded it successfully?
By firefighter1211 on 4/12/15 • Reply
I have the exact same problem as jonika r. I had Instagram on my iPod 4th gen and I deleted it like usual but this one time it didnt pop up the option to download the last compatible version. I am still using the same exact apple ID as before but same problem it only tells me that the app requires ios7 or later still no option to download the last compatible version. Please help guys I need Instagram back bad!!!
Hi can someone please help me.. I have iphone 6 with the iOS 8 my phone kept playing up shutting down apps freezing and comig up and white screen resulting in me having to turn it on and off again constantly to work however my whatsapp was the only app that never used to close down but yesterday it kept coming up for me to type my number in on whatsapp as if I had just downloaded it once I was doing that it wouldn't do anything further but close it down numerous times so I thought if I reinstalled it would work again once I done that I discovered it had downloaded the newest version of whatsapp and had deleted all my chats, status etc I have been trying to solve the issue with apple and whatsapp but been no help I didn't back my phone up on iCloud as my phone is relatively new and hadn't got the chance to connect to wifi to do a backup, is there anyway I can redownload my older version of whatsapp as I hate the new version also is there anyway to get my data back?! Please help any info would be appreciated. Thank you
By AppleClubSupport on 5/07/15 • Reply
Unless you saved a copy of the older version of WhatsApp, you won't be able to re-install it, sorry. If you synced your iPhone with iTunes on your computer, there's a chance the old version may still be there.
Thanks a lot!!
By john.doe on 5/31/15 • Reply
Very helpful. Apple makes it confusing to do this, but it's explained very well here.
It's been frustrating not being able to download apps for my iPod Touch 4th gen but your workaround did the trick nicely. Thank you!
This article has helped me! I will forever be indebted. And mind you technology tips never work for me and my gadgets.
It doesn't work. I tried doing it with my iBooks app for my iPod touch (which uses IOS 4.2.1) since I had the original books app before iBooks was even created. However, every time I try to sync it I just get the following message: 'The app 'iBooks' was not installed . . . because it requires a newer version of iPod software.'
By AppleClubSupport on 7/09/15 • Reply
From what you describe, it sounds like you are trying to install the latest version of the iBooks app using iTunes, and that is not what this article is suggesting. The purpose of downloading the app in iTunes is just so you have ownership of the app. Once you do, then the app needs to be downloaded from the App Store on your iPod touch. It should now ask you if you want to install an older version.
By Kannan on 7/27/15 • Reply
Yes, I was trying it in the wrong way, and i don't know how to do it. Please guide me with more details step by step.. Please help me out. Thank you.
This doesn't work for me, I'm trying to get Snapchat back, I deleted it the other week too, experienced the same problem but then I got it back I'm not sure how but now I can't install it again? Please help! I really need and want it back, please! I have iPod touch 4th gen.
Thank you so, so much!
This was reaaally helpful! I thought there was no way to use some apps having other than the latest version of iOS and the latest devices
can i update my ipod touch 4g 32gb to version 7 ios
By AppleClubSupport on 9/18/15 • Reply
No, iOS 7 requires a 5th generation or later iPod touch.
Does this work for free apps, rather than assuming it doesn't I am asking here =D
By AppleClubSupport on 10/03/15 • Reply
Yes, it does work for free apps; price has no bearing on older version availability.
Worked great! Thank you.
Thanks, nice one!
Thank you for the information. Your information is still relevant for iTunes version and iPhone 4 version 7.1.2
I've tried this on my iPod Touch 2G running iOS 4.2.1 and it hasn't worked on various applications that I have tested to work on iOS 5.1.1.
Thanks a Bunch!! Just managed to get a really useful app thanks to you!
The work-around worked like a champ to let me download old version, EXCEPT when I try to open the app, it requires me to upgrade which of course I can't. Catch-22
By AppleClubSupport on 5/08/16 • Reply
As mentioned, not all apps offer older versions. Although it did allow you to download an older version, the app developer does not want you to use it for one reason or another and has intentionally bricked it.
I wonder if you can help with this: I opened an app on my iPad to find it had automatically updated - and I don't like the new version at all. I have an old version of an app on my wife's iPad, and it still works fine. When I go into iTunes the app is not in my library so I don't have an old version on iTunes that I can easily download as per this article - but I do have it on the wife's iPad. Is there a way of getting it off hers and onto mine? When I back up her iPad I see the old version on it but it doesn't appear in the iTunes library. Downloading 'not in my library' onlt downloads the new version. Help!
By AppleClubSupport on 7/15/16 • Reply
That does sound like a tricky situation, but I think we can get it resolved. The first thing you should do is delete any newer copy of the app from your iTunes library, if you have one. Next, on your wife's iPad which still has the older version of the app, connect it to your computer and open iTunes. Then, go to File > Devices > Transfer purchases from [device name]. This should load the old copy into your iTunes library. If you do not already have a copy of the app on your iPad, you should then be able to do a sync and have the older version downloaded to your iPad. I would also recommend, on your iPad, going to Settings > iTunes & App Store > Updates OFF (under 'Automatic Downloads') to prevent apps from updating automatically in the future. Hope this works for you.
By Kenniff on 7/16/16 • Reply
Thanks for the suggestion. It doesn't work I'm afraid. When I try to transfer the purchases from my wife's iPad it does not result in a copy of the app appearing. The app similarly does not appear in the list of apps that are on my wife's iPad when I connect it up to iTunes - and yet, it does show up in the screen arranging pane, and it IS there on the iPad, as I can use it on her iPad.
I don't understand why it doesn't appear and doesn't transfer when it is plainly there. If only I could get it off I understand I could easily load it onto my own iPad.
By Kenniff on 7/17/16 • Reply
So the solution did not work with my wife's iPad - despite the app being on there it would not transfer when 'transferring purchases'. Luckily I also found a copy on a third (old) iPad and the solution worked perfectly there. Thanks guys!
By AppleClubSupport on 7/17/16 • Reply
You are welcome! I am not sure why it didn't work on your wife's iPad, but glad you found another iPad to get it working.
I seem to be stuck with a similar issue. I can get the app downloaded and I get the message that asks to download an older version. So I have don this. However, when I open the snapchat app and attempt to login I still get an error message saying that the app is still only available for iOS. It seems that downloading the latest compatible version does not do anything. How do I get around this? I have used the app just a few weeks ago with no problems.
I use iPod Touch with iOS 6.1.6
I seem to be stuck with a similar issue. I can get the app downloaded and I get the message that asks to download an older version. So I have don this. However, when I open the snapchat app and attempt to login I still get an error message saying that the app is still only available for iOS. It seems that downloading the latest compatible version does not do anything. How do I get around this? I have used the app just a few weeks ago with no problems.
I use iPod Touch with iOS 6.1.6
Can we download the older version of the voice on stage?
very helpful. worked for my iphone 4
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