Tuesday, 28 November 2017

Android users! Here's how to see all the apps you've installed

 Yeah guys, this is how to see all the apps you've installed on your phone over time, you know this is  pretty cool because sometimes you'd wanna check all the apps you've installed on your phone. This is an easypizzy way to do that!
  • To get started, go ahead and fire up the Google Play Store, then open the menu. To do this, either slide in from the left side of the screen or tap the three lines in the upper left.

  • From there, tap on “My Apps & Games.”

  • There are three tab in this menu (or four, depending on whether or not you’re enrolled in any beta apps). The third option should read “Library.” Tap it.

By default, this list shows every app you’ve installed in the past, but that is not currently installed on the device you’re using. That makes sense, because there’s an Installed tab just to the left of the Library tab that will show you everything that’s currently installed on the device.

There are a few different options here to pay attention to: first, you can either choose to sort the list by Most Recent, which will show you the things that have been recently added to your account, or alphabetically. Take your pick.
You can also choose to remove any app you’d like from this list…for whatever reason. It’s also worth mentioning that if it’s a paid app, you won’t have to re-buy it if you ever choose to reinstall it. It’s still associated with your Google account.

That's it guys! This is really cool, try it and see all the apps you've gotten on your phone right from time and thanks to Cameron Summerson, a die-hard Android fan for sharing the post.
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