Currently Being ModeratedJan 26, 2011 8:58 AM (in response to progolferyo)Your purchase history is the way to do this. You could check your receipts, assuming you save them.
What problem are you having. I can see my purchased fine on the purchase history.powerbook g4, iMac 20, Mac OS X (10.6.4), Time Capsule, iphone 3gs, iphone 4, ipod, ipod touch
Currently Being ModeratedJan 26, 2011 10:32 AM (in response to progolferyo)There is no single list just of apps available, nor of anything else, only the Purchase History, all multiple pages of it.
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Currently Being ModeratedFeb 3, 2011 10:19 AM (in response to progolferyo)
Right, I see them fine too, I just have 29 pages of receipts and nothing is useful. I wanted to just get a list of all apps I've ever downloaded.
I am very glad to find another iTunes Account Holder who most likely (like myself) went to their 'Purchase History' on iTunes hoping to be able to view their purchased songs in a view which account users can see songs purchased in total.
I would love to be able to see all my songs purchased in one grouping.
I do not go to this account purchase history to just check and see if Apple billed me correctly, (billing is not ever an issue).
I go to Purchase History hoping to see my songs in a list.
For example: I want to copy and paste a list of all my purchases into other software apps or into an e-mail to my kids.
The iTunes *Purchase History Landing* is not acceptable.Power Mac G4 (MDD 1.25 GHz), Mac OS X (10.4.3), Apple Cinema Display LCD - ATI Radeon 9000 Pro, PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-104
Couldn't agree more. How hard is it to have a way to actually know what you purchased. For example, I want to build an app that shows you all your iTunes purchases and this is something that seems to be impossible given the view that iTunes provides.Macbook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.6)
Currently Being ModeratedApr 14, 2014 10:23 AM (in response to Hemlock5613)
You don't need the child's phone at all. All you need it the Apple ID and password to the account. Then see:
For future questions, it's usually going to be more effective if you start a new topic rather than posting in another person's thread, particularly one that was last active several years ago.