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3 Ways To List Paid Apps On Android and Download Them

If you are an appaholic, it’s important that you keep track of all your purchases. If you switch phones or wipe your phone clean, you might be completely lost without such list. Here are a few apps which can do all the hard work on your behalf.

Purchased Apps

Purchased Apps is the first app in our list which allows you to see all content you have ever purchased from Playstore. Besides Apps, the list also includes movies and books that you have already purchased from the Google Playstore. You can also export the list or sort it in alphabetical order, or by date of purchase. Multiple Google accounts are also supported. You can purchase the pro version to remove ads.



  • Multiple Google accounts supported
  • Content is colour coded for quick recognition

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My Paid Apps

My Paid Apps is the second option which you can try. It offers a colour coded list of all apps and other purchases you have made on the Playstore. You can export the list as CSV file or can sort it as you like. Green apps are the ones already installed on your device. The app also gives you the total amount you have spent on apps and other purchases from the Playstore. The developer also gives users the option to disable ads for free.



  • Multiple Google accounts supported
  • Colour coded content
  • Shows total money spent till date

Google Dashboard

If you are very cautious about your account privacy, and don’t want to install any third party app to monitor your purchases, you can also check all your purchases from Google Dashboard. Just open your Google Dashboard and sig-in using your account credentials. Scroll down to Google Wallet and click on purchases. You can find your entire payment history here.


  • Safer alternative, if you don’t trust third party apps


So these are the three methods you can use to check all purchases associated with your Google account or accounts. Have something to add to the post? Share with us in the comment section below.


Deepak Singh

The Author spent a significant chunk of his formative years resisting technology. He now keeps an eye on where the world is heading to, and drives a passive pleasure from this indulgence. His passion to write, learn and improve drives him each day. When his day ends, he enjoys the pleasant languor and detoxifies with family. You can connect with him on and Twitter