Android users love Google Play store. It has all major applications, games, ebooks, and movies to select from. There are a lot of free applications and there are paid ones too. Some of the paid applications are good and that is why they are being purchased and downloaded a lot. You might have purchased an application from the Google Play store for some amount of money. What happens when you get bored with these applications? You simply uninstall them. So does that mean, the money you spent on the app is gone forever, and if you want to download it in the future, you will have to pay again?
No, that is not how Google Play store operates. Once you have purchased an application from the store, you can reinstall it in the future for free. You won’t have to pay for anything. So if you are wondering how do I find restore my apps from Google Play, follow the simple steps mentioned below.
Ways To Find Already Purchased Apps On Google Play Store
Method 1- Using Device
You have to ensure that the device you are using is signed in with your google id. If you aren’t, you can do that by going to the setting > users > add users.
Now, open the ‘Play Store’
Go to the menu and select ‘my apps and games’
In the right, there will be an option ‘Library’. Tap on it to find any and every app that you have ever downloaded or purchased.
You can install any option from this list.
Method 2- Using a PC Browser
Just go to My Android Apps page on Google.
Sign in from your Google ID.
If you have changed your device and cannot download the app, it may be because your phone is not compatible with the version of the app that is in the store.
Experiencing difficulties with your Device, check out our “How To” page on how to resolve some of these issues.