My Paid Apps now shows you how much you’ve spent on apps through the years


My Paid Apps update

It was earlier this year we told you guys about My Paid Apps, an app that displayed all the paid apps you’ve managed to accumulate on your Android devices through the years. We’ve always found it odd the regular Google Play Store app never had a dedicated section for past purchases, but I digress.

Today, My Paid Apps is receiving an update on Google Play that not only introduces a new, easier to use UI, but also adds a few new filter options as well. Previously you could only sort by name, date, and price. Now it’s possible to view all purchases, only apps, apps installed, in-app purchases, movies and TV, music, or devices.

Pretty handy for keeping tabs on your growing app habit — just don’t show the wife. You can grab the update via the Play Store link below.

Download on Google Play: My Paid Apps

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. What about music/movie/book purchases? I’m guessing no?

    1. I do not see any on mine.. but I am not 100% sure I have bought any of those lmao.. Soo many apps I have forgotten about though, my first purchase was in 2010. Android sure has gone a long way in a short period of time.

    2. It lumps everything together for me (movies, books, apps, music & in-app purchases).

      Kind of amazing I’ve spent a little over $800 on all that stuff since Android first debuted

      1. Just over $200 on my end… I don’t but too many apps but I do purchase a good chunk of music here and there.

        1. Almost $150 is all in app purchases for TX live hold em …. lol poker is my vice but what the hell was I thinking .

  2. MyPurchasesFree has tabs for Apps/Music/Books/Movies/Devices. I’m not sure how well it works though, but at least it seems available.

  3. I’m afraid to even look. I know this movie effects adder, FX Guru, I have all the packs. They were about $4 each and they have about 8 packs. My gosh… I love the effects so much!!

    I’m in the process of making this video of me casting lightning on this zombie. I also want to raise a zombie from the under worlds.

    It’s so cool!! But all my money. =.[

  4. The app doesn’t seem to work for me. It just sits in a loop like it’s trying to access the information but can’t. I’ve gave it the permissions that it requested.

    1. Mine did that at first. Give it some time, or close it out and try again.

  5. Without my phones, about $320
    since late 2009. With my phones, about $1,120 on the Play Store

  6. This is great update, cheers.

  7. Horrible idea. Wife will find a way to see it.

    1. password protect the app so she can’t access it

  8. Is this only for apps or across all Google Purchases? Personally I think it would be better to say how much you paid in Google Play. Across apps, movies, books, music and devices. That would be interesting to know because I have used Google Play to buy a lot of things.

    I think Google Play should rival Amazon. That would be interesting.

  9. 1055.15 for me but it does include 2 nexu’s 5 and wireless charger.

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  11. Nearly a grand, but it’s due to hardware, and 1 N7 which I helped my cousin get. I’ve only spent about $50 on things and it’s mostly music. I’m definitely a free kind of guy, I mainly support my favorite apps through PayPal.

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  13. I use mypurchases, works well, shows me all types of purchases that Google Play has no clue about.

  14. this also includes any item (ie, chromecast, music subscription)…i was hoping i didnt buy $188 worth of apps.

  15. Some of us are “the wives.” :) My husband doesn’t spend money on apps. I do.

  16. Total: $423.45
    Apps: $82.73
    Books: $17.37
    In-app Purchases: $156.13
    Movies & TV $39.91
    Music: $122.32
    Newsstand: $4.99

    Not having a wife to be afraid to show this to: PRICELESS.

  17. It doesn’t seem right. It lumps up the full price of the apps, whereas I bought most of them with discount. I only pay full price for utilities and useful stuff, games are all discounted.

  18. Haha, you guys are noobs. My total is $1636.77, and that doesn’t even include the first Galaxy Nexus I bought, which is somehow missing.

    Devices: $1097 (GNex, N4, and N5, but missing my first GNex)
    Apps: $186
    In-app Purchases: $107 (mostly Google Play Music All Access subscription)
    Movies & TV: $217 (55 movies/show, good thing I recently discovered that my local public library has a huge movie section with a bunch of current releases)
    Newsstand: $28

  19. Play Store has had a paid apps section. It was when it was called the Android Market.

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