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redownload

To download data or software again. Redownloading generally applies to retrieving an app from an online store after the initial download. The original may have been deleted, or the device may have been replaced with another. If a new version of an app is available from the vendor, the app is updated, and this term does not apply. See download.
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By allowing users to use the clients already installed on the platform of their choice, there is no need to redownload the Java-based client every time a connection is made, greatly reducing the connection time and bandwidth requirements for each client connection.
However, those who do redownload the games won't be able to access any of their in-game purchases.
"Go to the App Store and redownload any affected apps - they should show up in the Updates tab.
Installation of the client for both backup providers is pretty easy, and once the Dropbox or Box folder is in place, remembering to store documents that you want backed up is the extent of the brain power required to make sure your data is both safe in a physically removed location (the backup providers' servers in the cloud) and easily recoverable (both services allow you to log in to their websites from any computer and redownload your data at any time).
Users dislike the new update so much they've (http://www.ibtimes.com/snapchat-change-update-petition-how-get-rid-new-redesign-2651266) started petitions to bring the old version of the app back and are looking for ways to redownload older versions.
Essentially you are having to redownload the game to replace the existing files.
Some users have been using a VPN to get around the new update while others have been following steps to uninstall the software or to redownload an older version of the app.
"If you previously used iTunes to sync apps or ringtones on your iOS device, use the new App Store or Sounds Settings on iOS to redownload them without your Mac," Apple tells users in the update prompt, according to (https://www.theverge.com/2017/9/12/16298988/apple-itunes-desktop-update-removes-app-store) The Verge.