What were a initial apps we ever downloaded from a App Store?

Today outlines a 10th anniversary of a iOS App Store, that has a lot of us here during The Verge thinking about what a initial apps that we ever went and commissioned on a iPhones and iPod Touches were.

Fortunately, Apple creates this easy — a App Store has a “Purchased” territory designed to let we simply re-download apps, that also serves as a available bill of (almost) all a apps you’ve ever bought or commissioned on your devices. (Despite a name, a territory includes both giveaway and paid apps.)

To see your strange apps, conduct over to a App Store, daub your comment idol in a tip right corner, conduct into a Purchased section, and afterwards only corkscrew all a approach down. Now, there’s a integrate caveats here: any apps that have been totally private from a App Store won’t uncover up, so it’s not a truly finish list. And apps that haven’t been updated for 64-bit inclination will still be there, though will uncover adult as greyed-out options that we won’t be means to reinstall.

Here’s a few selections from The Verge staff — though feel giveaway to sound off in a comments with your possess demeanour back!

Sean O’Kane:


[In anxiety to MiniPiano] Listen, we was vehement about touchscreens, okay!

Casey Newton:


Honestly, we wish these were some-more embarrassing.

Dami Lee:


Flip crater and ‘r u drunk’. LOL, classical college me.

Chaim Gartenberg:


Tap Tap Revenge is still one of a best iPhone games ever made, and we will mount by that.

Nick Statt:


I unequivocally did consider AIM on iOS would be a diversion changer, and afterwards all of my friends stopped regulating AIM flattering most all during once.

Kara Verlaney:


I am so basic? And we also haven’t altered my app use AT ALL in over 5 years?

Shannon Liao:


This was behind when we was holding Chinese lessons during Hunter College. we don’t remember ever downloading Facebook’s Onavo Protect so that unequivocally worries me. Also, a dates are flattering new since we didn’t get an iPhone until a finish of 2014.

Andrew Marino:


CGS is an app a podcast had. we was also unequivocally into comics. The app above CGS is DC Comics. we still use Foursquare / Swarm.

Andrew Liptak:


Echofon was an early Twitter app we used. Flashlight was fundamentally a vacant shade that authorised we to use your phone as a light (before they came with flashes). iChess was… chess. AR01 … not certain what that was.

Adi Robertson:


I don’t have an iPhone anymore, and my initial apps were jailbroken things — we did Last.fm jailbroken for a while, for instance. Apparently these were my initial central apps, nonetheless looking a tip one up, it was apparently a totally opposite app when we downloaded it, and now is malware.

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