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Apple’s iTunes store now has an “app purchase history” section, with users reporting an increasing number of purchases in their “history” and “subscriptions” sections.
Users also report purchases in the Apple app store as well, as seen in the screenshot above.
Users also say the history section has more posts, and posts that include purchases are often more popular.
While this doesn’t necessarily indicate that users have more money than before, it’s a good indicator that purchases are more popular, and can also be viewed in their Apple app.
Users report purchases by clicking on the “Purchase” button in the “History” section.
Users can then see “subscription history” for the purchase history.
Subscriptions for the past month, or purchases made on or after June 21st, are also displayed, as are past purchases made in July, August, and September.
Subscriptions and purchases from June to September are shown in the past, as is subscriptions and purchases made from August through October.
Apple says it will update the app to provide users with more details on subscription history and purchases in future updates.
Users have also reported purchases made through the “subscribe” and/or “download” buttons, as well as subscriptions made through third-party applications.
The latter are also frequently shown in recent purchases.
Users are also reporting purchases made using their “iTunes account,” as seen above.
The “iNTSC” subscription is also shown in purchases made with an Apple ID, though the account doesn’t appear to be linked to the iTunes store.