We Finally Have a Simple Way to Check Our Purchases on the Play Store

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  • 11 Mar 2013
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  • Latest statistics are very optimistic for Android, as they show more and more people are interested in purchasing apps from the Google Play Store. Thus it becomes obvious that the developers that have exclusively relied on one platform will start migrating while the others will release good software at a faster rate.


    While the old Android Market was pleasant and functional and the Google Play Store that came to replace it offered a whole new experience it also removed one of the features that we really needed with the latest versions. I am talking about the ability to get an overview of all the purchases from one place. The new Play Store only shows all your previously installed apps in one place and the list can get pretty long if you don’t manage it by removing some of them.

    Developer Christian Arndt has released a simple app on the Play Store called My Purchases that is able to relieve you of the effort of having to remember or look for a specific previous purchase. The app requires only that you grant it permissions to access your Google Services account and it imports all your purchases. From there you can have all the apps in one spot, along with info about when you made the purchase and how much did you spend for it.


    My Purchases is offered in both a free ad supported version, and a Pro variant without ads.

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