Consider adding answer to the missing portion. After the Play Store setting opens up, scroll down to find build version. The history can be removed by manual. Go to Account and open Order History to see all your purchases. But, thankfully, Google came to its senses and now allows you to delete apps from your download history using your Android device.
You can then continue to long press on apps listed in your history and tap on the delete icon at the top of your screen when you're done. When I was looking at my order history, I was able to download and use them again. Select No In-App and you will now be able to see a list of all of just your purchased apps. Content Guidelines Please focus on community-oriented content, such as news and discussions, instead of individual-oriented content, such as questions and help. But it is sufficient for my own purposes.
You browse on over to your download history only to find a never-ending list of apps. You see a random free app featured on a blog, linked to in a tweet or mentioned by a friend and you promptly download it. Here you will see options based on Installation Status All, Installed only, or Uninstalled only and Purchase Type All, In-App only, No In-App. Even clearing the list of games and applications you deleted is possible by simply managing the signed in an account. I am not sure how many of you know the fact that for an Android user Google stores that the user has installed on any device till date. Although this method can remove those unwanted apps to be shown again in the mobile at the future better than remove one by one , this method doesn't remove the list shown in the google play history when on the google play webpage. The web app does it slightly better You can find out order history by using the web app as well.
Here, swipe the screen from right to left to access the All Apps section. Step 3: The All Apps section will list all the apps that you installed from your Play Store account till date including the apps that are currently installed on your device. The web app has a filter, but may not be of much help. A short term workaround is to download this app: It's able to download 1-7 days of history, which you can then export as a kml. However, if you are still working on the previous builds, you will have to wait till your device downloads the Play Store update. The site displays all applications I've ever installed, including free ones. Open the app, tap on your Google account, and your entire order history will show up.
It's nothing personal, Camera Launcher for Nexus 7. I know that there is a way to see all the previously installed apps, but is there any filter to list only the purchased apps? If any app requires updating, they will top the list. I suspect the problem is related to , though that change happened nearly a month earlier on July 22. Until a few weeks back, there was no way one could delete apps from the My Apps list, but now on the latest build of Play Store, this can be done. Step 2: Open the Play Store home and press the menu button to select My Apps. As the list refreshes after the user removes an app, navigation becomes difficult. At this time I can't find a way to delete the same download history located on the Google Play Store site, but the deletion does sync from your device to the site.
Depending on your order history, it may take a lot of scrolling, but you should be able to find all the purchased apps you were looking for. Finding purchased apps, in particular, requires a few extra steps. Here's a video of the process:. If you are looking for old purchased apps, there actually is an app for that. I've also been trying to figure how to get old-school location history kmls, but I'm not having any luck. Keeping track of all our is almost impossible, especially when switching devices or performing a factory reset. I got the last year but completely forgot about those watch faces.
On an android device open the link with a browser instead of the Play Store. I had came across this issue recently. Where the app also has a leg up on the Google Play Store is when it comes to the filters available. This will open up the list of all the apps that are currently installed on your device. The Play Store app cannot filter apps from other purchases. Tap on the three vertical dots at the top right corner of the app and tap on Filter. I had the in 2015 and had bought a few watch faces back then.
Are you a Googler and want verified flair? For now, ignore those and swipe from right to left on the screen to reveal the All section. I have purchased several apps on Google Play Store. From , the app store has seen a lot of changes, upgrades, and re-designs. I'm not sure if the devs have cracked the url formatting or if they just loop through the short timespan data several times to make it look like it is downloading a week at a time. My device was damaged and since then I've had to order a hardware replacement.
You soon realize the app adds no real value to your life, so you delete it from your device. Of course, having tab index at the future will be great for all android users. The web app does it slightly better than the smartphone app because the Order History section has a sort function based on Categories. In the past you'd be stuck with this long list of apps; unable to delete that you pranked your friends with. Undocumented changes to stable Google geo products are why I've been moving my personal and work projects from Google to open source products like Leaflet.
Rules 1 Follow 2 Use aka don't be a dick. That only covers a part of the question and already answered on this site. Google should have been able to implement something similar by now, and it will hopefully do so soon. To remove an app from the list, simply tap on the delete icon next to it and confirm your action. Click on the apps you wish to install from there and you are done Edit: Added additional pics to depict the process, seeing that there are answers saying it cannot be done App chosen is purchased but currently not installed Using the account page on the web you can filter for just apps from all purchases.