How to Download Apps Larger Than 200MB over Cellular Data in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13


Hi guys, I am Dhvanesh from iGeeksBlog and
welcome to our YouTube Channel. Today I have got another quick tip for all
you iPhone lovers. So, ever since we have been downloading apps
from the App Store; our only complaint has been that the App Store doesn’t let you download
apps over 200 MB through your cellular data. It would bother me whenever I was not able
to download an app on the go, because of this restriction, I mean not all of us are connected
to Wi-Fi at all times. Thanks, to the latest iOS 13 update which
has made this an optional restriction making me to fall in love with apple even more if
that was possible. So without further ado, let’s start with the
video. Firstly make sure that you have updated your
iPhone with the latest iOS 13 if not, then I would recommend for you to click on the
link in the description box below for a detailed guide on ‘How to Install iOS 13 Beta on your
iPhone’. Since that is out of the way, let’s dive into
the steps to remove the restriction from your device. The first that you need to do is Duh… Go to the ‘Settings’ App on your iPhone and
scroll down to the ‘iTunes and App Store.’ Next up select App Downloads, and you are
almost there. Just select the option of your choice. The ‘Always Allow’ option will download all
the apps irrespective of their size. The ‘Ask if Over 200 MB’ option will notify
and ask you for permission to download apps over 200 MB. And the ‘Ask First’ option will always ask
for permission to download apps, irrespective of their size. Well, that’s a wrap for today’s video. I hope you found this video helpful, mention
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36 Comments

  1. 🤣 just when u think your on the latest software they brief u on something new hasn’t been updated yet apple good job

  2. Bro not helpful I am on latest version which is 12.4 and I don’t want to use 13 demo so is there another way I can do this because clearly that opsion is on 12.4

  3. updated to iOS 13 version,
    I am getting the similar notification while downloading/updating apps, including “low data mode is on” even my “low data mode” is always off. Why why it is saying that ?

    I’m using 7 plus 128GB model.

  4. Bruh bruh bruh I don’t see that and I can’t download iOS 13.2 and make a video how to download iOS 13 with cellular with no wifi

  5. Voveta
    say:"The actual guide starts in 1:05" I am adding, it finish at 1:33…
    With this method, you can only update Apps. And you are unable to upgrade the IOS from cellular network. You can't because Apple would not permit to upgrade the OS using cellular network.

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