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I have a iPad 2. In my credit card printout, I have a cost from an app I bought in the AppStore. But I've only installed free apps.

If I lookup what apps I've installed, I cannot see their costs, because I can only see "Installed" information. How can I see the App price when I install it?

Or there is a way to check what I bought and what is charged me?

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Michiel's answer is correct; also Apple sends receipts via email, so you can search for that as well. – timothymh May 3 '12 at 12:32

If you open iTunes and navigate to Store < Show account, there is a history of what you bought including the date and price for every transaction.

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