We've been using Spotify Premium on my wife's old iPad 3 and it has been working fine. However, the device was running out if storage space and I saw that Spotify was using over 2 gigs of space. And apparently the only way to clear the cache is to uninstall and reinstall the app. So I uninstalled it.
But now it seems I can't reinstall the app from App store as the latest version requires IOS 10 which is not available for iPad 3.
Please don't tell me there is no way to reinstall the older version, which was working just fine yesterday?
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Hey there @ailvesma!
Sorry to hear your having this issue.
As figured out, reinstalling a new version of Spotify on your device obligates your device to be up to date.
Let me know if you need further help =)
Thanks! In case someone else has the same problem, I was able to install an older version of Spotify after after doing the following:
1) Downloaded and installed the specific version of Itunes for PC that was linked to in the aforementioned thread.
2)Attempted to install Spotify through the PC iTunes, which failed with an error message about the IOS version
3)Attempted to install Spotify through App Store on the iPad, which this time presented me with the option of installing an older version for IOS 9.
What I cannot understand is why App Store can't suggest installing an older version without going through the all that PC iTunes trickery first...