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Are you crazy about trying new free apps on Apple App Store? Do you find it really irritating to type your password every time when you intend to get a free app? Or as an old iPhone user, you must have been used to getting free apps within one click. But why on earth do you have to enter the password after clicking 'download' all the time?! Well, you need worry no more about this. We have thoroughly listed the steps needed to purchase a free app without password as followed. Read on, and you don't have to enter the password before downloading free apps any more.

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How to Get Free apps without Password on iPhone

Here we offer you the steps to download free apps without typing the password:
Step 1: Click Settings >[your name] >iTunes & App Store (In case your iPhone is running iOS 10.2 or earlier, go to Settings >iTunes & App Store)
Step 2: Click Password Settings. In case you have turned on Touch ID, the menu 'Password Settings'is not to be seen. We will tell you how to get free apps without password below, don't worry.

Step 3: Tick either Always Require or Require After 15 Minutes, then turn off Require Password under the item'Free Downloads'

Step 4: After this, type your Apple ID password and click OK.

Now you're free of typing the PASSWORD every time you get a free app on App Store. As we mentioned in Step 2, if you have turned on Touch ID, you'll need to Close it and follow the procedure provided. Please read on.

How to Get Free apps without Password on iPhone When Touch ID Turned On

Now all you need to do is close Touch ID before changing settings allowing you to get free apps without entering a password. The procedure is as followed:
Step 1: Go to Settings >Touch ID & Passcode, then enter your passcode.

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Step 2: Turn off iTunes & App Store

Step 3: When asked, enter your Apple ID password and click OK

At this moment, you have successfully turned Touch ID off when it comes to download apps from App Store. Please Follow the steps above under 'How to Get Free apps without Password on iPhone' and you can get free apps without typing the password every time.

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You can choose how often you want to enter your password when you buy items (including in-app purchases) from the App Store and iTunes Store:

  • Always Require—Every time you make a purchase, you'll be asked to enter your password, even if you're signed in with your Apple ID.
  • Require After 15 Minutes—If you entered your password within the last 15 minutes, you won't be asked to enter your password again.

If you don't want to enter a password when you download free items, follow the steps below and turn off password protection for free items.

Require a password on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Tap your name.
  3. Tap Media & Purchases.
  4. Tap the blue account icon at the top of the screen.
  5. Tap Password Settings, then choose the setting that you want.

If you don't see Password Settings, you have turned on Face ID or Touch ID for App Store and iTunes Purchases. To change this, go back to Settings, tap 'Face ID and Passcode' or 'Touch ID and Passcode', then turn off Face ID or Touch ID next to iTunes & App Store.

Require a password on your computer

  1. On your Mac, choose the Apple menu () at the top of your screen, then choose System Preferences.
  2. Click Apple ID.
  3. Click Media & Purchases.
  4. Select the settings that you want for free downloads and purchases. If you have Touch ID turned on for purchases, you won't see this menu.

If you're using an older version of macOS, open iTunes, choose iTunes > Preferences, then click the Store tab.

On a PC

If you're using a PC, open iTunes. From the top of the iTunes window, choose Edit, then choose Preferences. Click the Store tab. Then select the settings that you want for purchases and free downloads.

Require a password on your Apple TV 4K or Apple TV HD

  1. From the Home screen, select Settings.
  2. Select Users and Accounts.
  3. Select [your name]'s Account.
  4. Under Require Password, choose the settings that you want for purchases and free downloads.

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On your Apple TV (3rd generation)

  1. From the Home screen, select Settings > iTunes Store > Sign In.
  2. Sign in with your Apple ID and password.
  3. After you click Submit, you'll see a screen that says 'Remember Password?' Select your preferred level of protection:
    • Choose Yes if you want the Apple TV to remember your password for purchases as long as you're signed in with your Apple ID.
    • Choose No if you want to enter your password each time that you make a purchase in the iTunes Store.
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To change your password settings, sign out, then follow the steps above to sign in again.

About turning off password protection

You can't completely turn off password protection for paid items on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or computer. On Apple TV, you can turn off password protection for both free and paid items.

If you enabled Touch ID or Face ID for App Store and iTunes Store purchases, you'll be asked to use Touch ID or Face ID for every download, even if the item is free.

Manage what kids buy or download

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If you use Family Sharing, you can use Ask to Buy to control what kids buy. When a child asks to buy an item or download a free item, the family organizer can approve or decline the request.