One of the things that’s most frustrating about hanging out with Mr Android is the fact that it’s not easy to keep track of the stuff you buy on the Google Play store. Sure you can visit the store online and take a look at your purchased apps, but it’s very random, and it’s almost impossible to find everything without lots of very boring scrolling.
My Paid Apps is a brilliant little free app which gives you an instant overview of all the paid apps on your account. Now this is either going to be a good thing for your mental health, or bad, especially since it also features all the in-app purchases you’ve made along with date and price.
The result can be quite frightening, which is why we suspect Google doesn’t care to make this kind of info easily identifiable. But for those of a more modest disposition, this is a pretty awesome way to keep track of all those apps you may have bought, but then forgotten about. The great thing is you can find old stuff you really loved, but discarded when you upgraded phones, which probably are even cooler now.
And it will stop you from buying the same app over and over again from different sources. Great tool, and pretty essential if you’re an app fan.