I have been using this application for a long time. So today for the heck of it I donated $5.19. '":---) I have had multiple devices and I install this on them and all my paid goodies are instantly available to download on them devices to. While using this app it is way quicker and convenient to use this then to find the paid apps out of 311 apps. So thanks I hope this helps with updates. Good Luck. (The Donate and remove adds button is still showing after I donated. Please make that disappear after donation - The ads did disappear)
Works unlike *My Paid Apps* I installed an app called *My Paid Apps* which didn't show even half of my purchased apps so i regret installing it & donating for utterly useless app. This app however deserves 5 stars and a donation as it works 100% and shows all of my purchased apps from the first purchase ever to the last one. Well Done to the developer who made such useful app. Thank You
Very easy Able to find any apps or games I've put money into, therefor apps I thought were decent enough to put money into filtering out all the garbage. Unfortunately you will miss out on installing the rare free app that is decent. So I think overall it's easier to use the default list Google gives and maintain it. Remove all the crap items and use that list instead.
Limited... Great app, but due to Play Store limitations, the calculations only go back as far as 2015. I've been using Android since 2009, so I've spent a hell of a lot more than this app can show me! Shame really, but not the devs fault.
This is a great app, Thank you... The best one I've tried, this actually pulled up a wallpaper I had purchased back in 2011 and the other apps could not find it so great job.
What happened? Since the last update my purchased apps are no longer labeled 'purchased' & it wants me to pay again. Pls fix in next update also the option to install all purchased apps with 1 click would be a good addition
Good news: Fixes loading issues
Bad news: The Play Store seems to no longer provide prices for "older" purchases