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Find out what apps i already bought, after i lost my ipos

Posted on 2011-03-04
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I bought a lot of apps on my ipod touch, but i haven't synced it with my mac mini for a long time. now i lost the ipod ->  got a new one, restored it from an old backup and now i try to remeber what apps i already bought on the old one.

can i check somewhere what apps i own? i can't find them in itunes
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Question by:Felix Leven
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Owen Rubin earned 200 total points
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Well, one way would be to log into your account on iTunes and look at the purchase history. Even free ones will be listed there.

Go to iTunes, log in, and go to your account info (small menu item next to your name in the upper right corner.) Then click on the "Purchase History"button and have a look. You have to walk through a few lists to see them all, but there they are.

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Orrubin's way would be the easiest.  Alternatively, the iTunes store sends you an email every time you buy an App (including a free one).  Search your email archive for all mail from "iTunes Store" with "Your receipt" in the subject line.

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by:Felix Leven
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Ok, sorry forgot to mention that i don't have the emails from itunes anymore, so i try the purchase history.
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