How to View Purchase History in The iTunes Store

You must be purchasing a good many apps, books, movies and TV shows form iTunes Store, App Store or iBooks Store. Over the time, you may want to know what you have bought and when just in case there is a need to do so.

One of the prime reasons of why you may require viewing purchase history is to keep a close tab on money spending. And if you happen to be the organizer of a Family Sharing, you may wish to look at it frequently. For whatever purpose you wish to have a look at it, here is how to do it.

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How to View iTunes Purchase History

How to View Purchase History in The iTunes Store

Step #1. Launch iTunes

Step #2. Click on iTunes Store

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Click on iTunes Store

Step #3. Sign In with your Apple ID and password (make sure you enter the Apple ID which you have used to purchase )

Step #4. Click on your Apple ID. A drop-down menu will appear, select account from it.

Click on iTunes Store Account

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Step #5. Click See All next to Purchase History.

Click on See All Next to Purchase History in iTunes

You may have to wait a little while as it might take a few seconds for the Purchase History to appear.

Step #6. Here, all the purchases are listed along with their dates. The most recent ones are listed first. Click the arrow left to the order date to view the details of a particular purchase.

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View Purchased History in iTunes

Step #7. The date, time and the web order of the purchase will be in the top right corner. Tap on Done when you have viewed it.

That’s it!

A thing to remember: You can use your Apple ID to know what you bought if you use Family Sharing. However, you can’t see what other members of the Family Sharing purchased unless you use their Apple ID to do so.

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