Deleting apps from My Apps/My Orders
At this time, there is no way to delete records of old apps using the Google Play website (play.google.com).
However, if you're running version 3.9 or higher of the Google Play Store app on your device, you have the ability to remove apps from your My Apps list.
For devices running version 3.9 or higher of Google Play Store app, here's how you can remove apps from My Apps:
- Open the Google Play Store app.
- Select My Apps > All.
- Touch the gray "X" on the app you want to remove > Select OK to confirm.
Note: You will only see the gray X for apps that are not currently installed on that device. Removing an app from your My Apps list will uninstall the app from any other devices associated with your account.
To add an item again that you've removed from My Apps, you must download the item again on Google Play. If you remove a purchased app, there's no need to purchase the app again. You can visit the app's details page on Google Play and install it again.
If you're still running a version of the Google Play Store app lower than version 3.9, you will not be able to remove apps from your My Apps list.
Issue first reported on: April 9, 2012
Last updated on: October 22, 2013