See your purchase history in the App Store or iTunes Store

View a list of the apps, songs, movies, TV shows, books, or other items that you bought with your Apple ID.

The steps in this article show you how to check your purchase history to see when your account was charged for a purchase and when you actually purchased or downloaded an item.

You can also redownload previously purchased items on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, PC, or Apple TV.

On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

To open Settings and view your purchase history, tap this link: View purchase history. Or follow these steps:

  1. Go to Settings > [your name] > iTunes & App Store.
  2. Tap your Apple ID, then tap View Apple ID. You might be asked to authenticate your Apple ID.
    If you use Family Sharing, you'll see in your purchase history what you bought using your Apple ID, but you won't see what other family members bought. To see what other family members bought, sign in with their Apple ID.
  3. Scroll to Purchase History and tap it.

Purchases are grouped by the date that they were charged to the payment method that you have on file. You might see a Pending section at the top of your history; these items haven't yet charged to your account. By default, only the last 90 days show up in your purchase history. To change the range, tap Last 90 Days at the top of the screen, then select the range that you want to view.

Tap on the > to the right of the total billed charge to see details of an invoice, including the billing date and order ID. If the total charge was more than zero, you can tap Resend at the bottom of the invoice details screen to get a new email receipt.

Tap on an item inside an invoice to see the date that you purchased or downloaded the item, which might be different than the date that you were charged, and the name of the device that you used to purchase it. If you need help with billing for a single item in your purchase history, such as an accidental or duplicate purchase, tap "Report a Problem."

If you have recurring charges, learn how to change or cancel subscriptions.

On your Mac or PC

To open iTunes and sign in to your Account Information page, click this link: View My Account. Or follow these steps:

  1. Open iTunes. If you're not signed in, sign in with your Apple ID.
    If you use Family Sharing, you'll see in your purchase history what you bought using your Apple ID, but you won't see what other family members bought. To see what other family members bought, sign in with their Apple ID.
  2. From the menu bar at the top of your computer screen or at the top of the iTunes window, choose Account > View My Account.
  3. Authenticate your Apple ID, then click View Account.
  4. On the Account Information page, scroll to Purchase History. To the right of Most Recent Purchase, click See All. It might take a moment for your Purchase History to appear.

Purchases are grouped by the date that they were charged to the payment method that you have on file. You might see a Pending section at the top of your history; these items haven't yet charged to your account. By default, only the last 90 days show up in your purchase history. To change the range, click Last 90 Days at the top of the screen, then select the range that you want to view.

Click the Order ID number to the right of the order date to see the details of an invoice, including the billing date. If the total charge was more than zero, you can tap Resend at the bottom of the invoice details section to get a new email receipt.

Click More under the price of the item to see the date that you purchased or downloaded the item, which might be different than the date that you were charged, and the name of the device that you used to purchase it. If you need help with billing for a single item in your purchase history, such as an accidental or duplicate purchase, click "Report a Problem."

If you have recurring charges, learn how to change or cancel subscriptions.

If you can't find a purchase or see unexpected charges

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