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Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by msmith2112, Jul 18, 2008.
Is there a way to check the version numbers of my apps from iPhone?
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right click get info under apps
I think the poster was asking about getting the version number from on the iPhone itself. I see it in the "About" info included with some apps, but in others I've downloaded I don't see it anywhere on the phone.
I wish there were a standard place to look it up, like in an "App Manager" utility that would list the name, version, size of all the apps on the phone. Other systems, like Palm, have this.
Oops my mistake, not sure if you can find a version number from the iPhone itself..
How to check an iphone app's version number.
If your device is jailbroken you may install an app called AppInfo from cydia. It will allow you to see the version number of all apps you have installed. It also does many other awesome features that would probably make the installer say "I love this app!" or some similar phrase. Happy teching ^_^
In the App Store go to the Updates tab. All the apps that you've ever downloaded and their current versions are listed there.
This is the best answer:
iOS 9: Settings / General / Storage and iCloud usage / Manage Storage
iOS 8: Settings / General / Usage / Manage Storage
iOS 7: Settings / General / Usage