My Purchases – Review

My Purchases – Review
My Purchases Hands up, who misses the old overview the Google Play Store provided where you could see all your purchased apps in an instant? Sadly Google omitted this overview in the current versions of its store in favour of an overview which also lists all free apps.
This app bridges the gap and provides the missing overview over your purchased apps, books, music and even devices*.
Ads support version. Buy the PRO version to get rid of the ads.
An application for finding all those apps you thought you bought or lost on the way. As the developer points out, above, in his description, a feature that is sorely missing from Google Play this last while. I have no idea why they took this feature out and just added an [All] tab instead. It’s mindboggling. My Purchases pulls all your purchased apps and games from Google’s servers right back to your very first buy. I bet there’ll be some WTF purchases in there, we all have them. I seemed to be very found of buying CM9, CM10 and AOKP themes for the T-Mobile Theme Chooser. I can’t really remember buying that many but the proof is there to see. Settings include….
Hide refunds
Hide cancelled
Hide already installed apps
Screenshot#1  Screenshot#2  Screenshot#3 
All very easy to understand. App/Game purchased with a date and price paid.. An advert is present which you can clearly see on the first two screen shots and screen shot three has the settings. A useful application for finding what you bought and displayed in a clear and coherent manner. A pro version is available for £0.85 buy hitting the key icon, top right, which removes the adverts and donates to the developer’s hard work.
                                                                          As always, a link is provided for you to download.
                                                                                                         (Free with ads)
Chief Editor of DroidHorizon. I own a few different devices at the minute and enjoy writing reviews and sharing what I think is cool. You can often find me playing Playstation 4 or sprawled across the couch with headphones on (maybe with a nice beer or gin & tonic in-hand)

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