Most apps are cheap-a buck here, couple bucks there. But on a long enough timeline, that little bit can add up to some serious dollars.
Not that Google Play does not have it's own (it does), it's just … not very good. When it comes down to it, you can see what you have bought and sort that by date or alphabetically. And that's pretty much all there is to that.
But if you're looking for more options or other details, check out this article. This free app will show you all the apps you've bought, then allow them to sort them by alphabetically forwards and backward, by date (or oldest to newest), and by price (including highest to lowest).
Purchased Apps goes beyond basic sorting options though, by even letting you break things down by category. There are tons of options in the menu, so you can see where most of your app's purchases come from. Further, you can find the options to show only installed or uninstalled apps, as well as a separate out-of-pocket app versus in-app purchases. It gets about as granular as an app of this type can get.
While the app is free to download, it is ad-supported , If you'd like to get rid of those ads, you can donate anywhere between $ 2.99 and $ 9.99 to get rid of them. Then that wants to show up in the app as an in-app purchase, like some in-app inception or something. 🤔
Purchased Apps via Android Police