Problem downloading apps from app store

I never use the app store as I generally just buy the programs from the publishers website however wanted a mobi or epub reader and one that seems fairly highly rated is Freda. If you go to their website they refer you to the app store however when I click on GET the screen flashes and it simply comes back to the same page in the app store but nothing happens as far as downloading or installing the app. I tried in numerous times with the same result. I tried a couple of other apps as well to see if it was just that app but it isn't, it does the same for the other few apps I tried as well.

If someone has a better reader they can suggest I would appreciate it and if not then a fix so I can download Freda from the app store would be appreciated.

I tried it in both IE and Edge with the same result.

Thank you

Moved from: Internet Explorer / Internet Explorer 11 / Windows 10

Hey now.

On the Top-Right hand side of the Microsoft Store is a profile button.

Click it!

Then click on your profile.

Sign out!

Now sign back in!

BOOM!

all fixed ;)

Hope it works for you.  After running troubleshooter and resetting store and this and that and the other thing,  and microsoft saying to reinstall windows......   guess what???

signing out and then back in worked like magic!

BTW  i'm on the Spring Creators update,  released April 30th 2018.  

Probably just yet another bug in this update

GOOD LUCK!

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