When it comes to app downloads, there’s a lot of data that Google can use to improve its search results. For example, if you want to know how many downloads an app has had on Android, you can use the “App Info” function in Google Play. However, what if you want to find out when an app was downloaded? You could use the same function, but that would only show the last few days’ worth of data. Alternatively, you could look for an app’s “Download History” page. But which page should you be looking for? The answer is both pages—the App Info page and the Download History page. By looking at both pages, you can get a more comprehensive view of an app’s downloads.
How to find out whether an app was downloaded on Android
If you have Android and an Internet connection, you can find out how many times an app has been downloaded by your device by following these steps:
1. Open the “Settings” app on your Android device.
2. Under “General,” tap on “Application Management.”
3. In the “Applications” list, scroll down and select the app you want to check download statistics for.
4. On the main screen of the “Application Management” screen, under the “Stats” tab, you will see a list of how many times the app has been downloaded on your Android device.
If you need to find out when an app was downloaded on an Android device, there are a few ways to do so. The easiest way is to use the Google Play Store’s “History” function. This will show all of the apps that have been installed on your phone and how much data (in bytes) each of them has used. Alternatively, you can use the “App Info” function in the App Drawer of your Android device. This will show you which apps were installed from a specific source (for example, from a given URL) and how long they’ve been running for.