Best tip for enabled user so now unhide apps on your iPhone home screen. Yep, you can only do this from your computer. I've been an iPhone user nearly ten years. In any case, the point is that I was exploring what apps were becoming, and so I downloaded a metric frak-ton of them. Then, swipe from the right to left on an app to reveal Hide option and tap on it. I don't have all that many apps installed on my phone, although it's still worthwhile cleaning them out.
By default, this screen will only show purchases from the last 90 days, but you view the entire account purchase history here. You'll need to log in, even if you're already logged in. Click the cloud icon to sort, select all the cloud songs, and delete. Here are two things to carry out to re-hide them. This article will provide you some guides to delete apps from iCloud.
Take, for example, my need to find a teleprompter app yesterday. Click it, and the app will be hidden. That means you could have a folder with 11 pages of apps you only sometimes use, and hide your app or apps on the 12th page. On your Account Information screen, you'll see a section called iTunes in the Cloud. Click the unhide button next to the app that you would like to appear once again on your iCloud Purchases. The purchased apps list will update and you be able to see that the hidden app is not in that list anymore. Perhaps will bring back the ability to cull your purchased list from your phone, but for now, it requires a trip to iTunes.
It will no longer appear in the list of all your apps. Confirm the hiding and the app will be hidden. Or at least outdated advice. You can follow my day-to-day project updates on social media. Tap iCloud in order to open it. In a slight nod to usability, Apple does allow you to sort the list by Most Recent or Name, and do a search.
Or you've downloaded an app from a political party, and you don't want others to easily find out your affiliation. Hide purchased app on iPhone After testing, we find there is no way to delete purchased apps from purchasing history. Make sure you have the cloud icon column revealed and click View and make sure All Music is checked. In the right column, under the Quick Links header, click on the Purchased link. Lots of iPhone users buy all kinds of phone apps to use on their iPhones. Plastic straws are going extinct.
Don't forget to click Done, or the Apps item won't show up on the menu. This will drop you into the big list of all the apps you ever bought or got for free. Would you like this guide on unhide purchased apps on iPhone, iPad gadgets? Turns out, I've been giving you bad advice. It should be the top choice on the pop-up window. Go back to App Store and you will find out that the purchase history is empty. After this process, all the hidden apps will never show up anymore.
If you wish to show all the apps; click on Unhide All from the bottom right corner. You can also search for a particular app. To get a removed app back, just search for it in Google Play and download it again. As I looked into how to do this, I found another, um, less savory reason to delete apps from the purchased list. Apps are part of iCloud, but the only way you can get to this list is in iTunes.
But if you wanted to permanently remove an app for any of the reasons I discussed above, Apple will not allow it. It's a fairly easy task to hide an app from your list of purchases, but unhiding it is anything but easy. They are still in my purchased list to this day. See that little X pointed to by the arrow? In any case, it's really annoying. You buy and download apps on iPhone App Store.