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    Default Paid apps on multiple android devices.

    Currently own a Sprint HTC Evo (The original) and just picked up an ASUS TF300 tablet. I'm planning on using my same gmail account that I use on my phone for my tablet. Can you install paid Apps on multiple devices or is that considered against the rules? Wondering how I am going to handle multiple devices if Apps are considered to be 1 device only or any device that I sync my gmail account to?

    Not real interested in created multiple accounts to manage applications on my device but don't want to screw developers or go against Google's TOS either.
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    Default Re: Paid apps on multiple android devices.

    Yes you can!! I have my gmail across 3 devices and install my apps on all.
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    +1 to yes you can. I ha e got ot currently on three actove android devices. But i have gone through at least almost ten android devices all together.

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    Default Re: Paid apps on multiple android devices.

    That's the great thing about Android. Being able to connect one account across difference devices and sync all paid apps for use on a phone, tablet, etc. Just be aware that not all apps may be compatible on the tablet and vice-versa. Just a heads up if you purchased an app and don't see it come up on the tablet.

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