Unfortunately you will only ever see the date the application was last installed. Due to the way Android operates when installing a new app. It Uninstalls the original version, and installs the new version.
Things are no more difficult or confusing on Android. To see your Android app history on your smartphone, launch the Google Play Store, click the three-lined menu button and select My apps & games.
On your Android phone, open the Google Play store app and tap the menu button (three lines). In the menu, tap My apps & games to see a list of apps currently installed on your device. Tap All to see a list of all apps you’ve downloaded on any device using your Google account.
In your default dialer, type *#*#4636#*#*. It would open a window named Testing which is a sub-setting of Settings app. Go to Usage Statistics. The order of entries are App, Last time used, and Usage time.
Launch the store app from your smartphone and look up the app you want to check. Tap on it when it appears in the search results, and it will take you to the download page. The number of downloads will be above the Install button and next to the app’s size and age rating.
Navigate to APPS and select the app u want by long press. And then hit the Info button on top right corner. Thats it, it will show u the modified or installed time.
You can find your downloads on your Android device in your My Files app (called File Manager on some phones), which you can find in the device’s App Drawer. Unlike iPhone, app downloads are not stored on the home screen of your Android device, and can be found with an upward swipe on the home screen.
By default, the usage history for your Android device activity is turned on in your Google activity settings. It keeps a log of all the apps you open along with a timestamp. Unfortunately, it doesn’t store the duration you spent using the app.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow Tap the Apps tray from any Home screen. Tap Settings. Tap Applications. Tap Application manager. Scroll through the list of apps that display or tap MORE and select Show system apps. If the app is hidden, “Disabled” appears in the field with the app name. Tap the desired application.
Find & view activity On your Android phone or tablet, open your device’s Settings app Google. Manage your Google Account. At the top, tap Data & personalization. Under ” Activity and timeline,” tap My Activity. View your activity: Browse through your activity, organized by day and time.
Android Hidden Codes
|*#*# 4636 #*#*||Display information about Phone, Battery and Usage statistics|
|*#*#7780#*#*||Restting your phone to factory state-Only deletes application data and applications|
|*2767*3855#||It’s a complete wiping of your mobile also it reinstalls the phones firmware|
Originally Answered: How does I find the recently closed apps in my phone? Dial *#*#4636#*#* and go to usage stastics. There you can get time of all apps running on which time or closing on which rime.
The latest version introduced a new gesture that lets you bring back an app you inadvertently dismissed from your recent apps list. After swiping up on an app’s card in the Overview menu (the view you enter after performing the recent apps gesture), just swipe down from the top of the screen to bring the app back.