I would like to know if you go into free downloads why cannt you dowloads more than 10 and then you have to pay for them

I would like to know if the download that are free why cann't you download more than 10 and then you have to pay for them

If it's free, then it's free no matter how many you download. iTunes might take some time if you download more than three. I have more than 400 apps and a 50 of them are free and I don't have problem.
Are you sure it was free?

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