My Paid Apps Tracks All Google Play Buys And In-App Purchases

My Paid Apps Tracks All Google Play Buys And In-App Purchases

Android: Over the years, you have probably paid for several apps and made in-app purchases on the Google Play Store. If you want one place to see all of these transactions, My Paid Apps is a good option.

The app will look up all the transactions made with a Google ID, including paid apps, in-app purchases, and even hardware such as a Google Nexus device. You can sort these by name or by date, and then get a list of these transactions in different categories, such as apps, in-app purchases, productivity apps or sports games.

If you use multiple Google accounts, My Paid Apps also lets you switch accounts to quickly check which ID you have purchased something on. It will be quite handy to have this list, especially since I discovered I had paid for some apps multiple times — actually having purchased them, and then picking them up again in a sale or a Humble Bundle.

The developer notes that some people are having trouble with the new version of the app, so if it doesn’t work for you, grab the old version at the link below.

My Paid Apps (Free) [Google Play Store via The Red Ferret]

My Paid Apps (Old Webview) [Google Play Store]

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