SEE All My Android APPs  ▷ Step by Step Guide ▷ 2020

Many of us choose to download apps and test them until we find one that meets the expectations we are looking for, so perhaps on one occasion we have downloaded one that we loved, but for one reason or another we had to remove it from our terminal. Today we can have a lot of these in our teams, so many that sometimes we even forget the name of some of them.

Luckily, this operating system and most phones keep a record of those that we have downloaded and uninstalled, this to avoid the hassle of these trying each one until we find the one we want. Accessing this is very easy and simple, you just have to search the Play Store or on your own device. It should be noted that you can see those that you had on a past device, of course if it is accessed with the same Google account.

With these steps that you will see below, you will be able to know which are all the applications that you have installed on your mobile device. You will also know all the information of these, such as how much space it occupies in the memory, how much battery consumption it generates, among other things. To be able to visualize them, you will have three procedures, so that you can choose the one that is easier and more useful according to what you want to see.

Steps to view the history of downloaded applications on my Android smartphone

Surely you are one of those who has a lot of applications installed on your computer and you do not know for sure which accounts or what it is called. Before going through them one by one through the tool drawer, you can use other more practical ways that will allow you to see them all in one place.

One of these would be from the menu of your mobile phone, from the Android store itself or from an app which will provide you with a list of all the ones you have at that time.

From the Android phone itself

To see what you currently have available you just have to enter the “Settings” of your team and look for the section of “Applications”. Keep in mind that all teams have their own background design, so the steps vary depending on the make and model you own. However, these do not vary much.

view applications from the phone

Once there you can choose to see all the applications or only the ones you have installed. You also have the option of viewing those that you have uninstalled or include those that the operating system brings, so you can see those that are pre-installed in the internal storage system partition.

From here you can see the information of each one, how much space does it occupy, how much battery does it consume, what function does the device fulfill, in the case of those that it brings and others.

In the same way you can disable them, before executing the latter see what function it has, since it may be necessary for the operation of the mobile.

From the web on Google Play

This is one of the easiest ways to access to view them. You just have to go to the store via the web from your browser. It should be noted that you must pre-login with Google account that you use on your Android devices and from which you want to know the downloaded and installed apps.

  • Enter the store Google Play Store.
  • In the left sidebar you will click where it says “Applications”.

 google play apps

  • This will display a submenu where different options will be shown, choose “My applications”.

my google play apps

  • Then right you will find all those apps that you have installed on any computer that you have associated with your google account. It doesn’t matter if you have already uninstalled it.
  • Since you only care about those that you still have available, that is, those installed and those that are on your current device, you should go where it says “All my apps”, click on this to open the menu.

all my google play apps

  • If you have multiple devices associated with the same account, they will all appear. You just have to click on the one you have at your disposal or the one you are interested in seeing.
  • Select the mobile so that you can see all the apps you currently have.

my android apps

Through an application

If that option seems complicated to you, you have another alternative that may be the simplest. It’s about using a tool, List My Apps, You can get it for free in the Play Store. Basically this helps you discover skills that you cannot have on the store’s own platform.

With it you will know when did you install an app for the first time, When was the last update, the version you have, find applications that generate advertisements and all the ones you want, the ones you have installed or the ones you had previously.

To find out how to get them, do the following:

 List My Apps

  • Download the tool List My Apps.
  • As soon as the installation is finished and you open it, you will see the entire list of those that you have installed. It does not need permissions to function.
  • This allows you to create texts for later use and annotations. Also, if you want you can choose the apps for the platform to create a file with the entire list.

How can I recover those applications that I deleted?

Many times we delete applications from our mobile, either because they consume a lot of memory or because we no longer need it. If this is your case and you want to recover any of thesePerhaps the fastest and most effective way is accessing the history of downloaded applications.

Google Play is a store that has millions of tools for your use, so it keeps a record of those that you once installed.

  • Go to the app Play Store.
  • Go to the left sidebar and go to “My apps and games”.

my apps and games google play

  • Finally press on “Library” which is located at the top.

google play library

  • In this part you will find all those that you installed and uninstalled using your Gmail account. So you can see those that you even deleted on any device that you have associated with it.

If you have any questions, leave them in the comments, we will answer you as soon as possible, and it will surely be of great help to more members of the community. Thank you! 😉

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