We all know that Google Play Store is a hub to get new apps, movies, and books. We always get to know about exciting stuff Google is offering on its play store time and again from our friends. Sometimes we too lure to download few kinds of stuff which are getting high praises from our buds. So in the absence of any valid link, we have to search that particular app, movie, music album or even a book in the search bar provided in the Google Play Store app.
For those who download plenty of stuff and that too frequently from Google Play Store, they keep on getting the older search results by an auto-fill in the Google Play search bar. For a beginner, it might be a helping tool but for a pro, it becomes irritating to get the same old search results. So if you too are a pro in searching stuff in Google Play you probably want to delete everything you have searched before. To do that you need not clear the history or cache in Settings app of Android, the Google Play Store itself is enough to help you out in this. How? Let’s do it.
How to Clear/Delete Search History in Google Play Store on Android
Step #1. Launch the Google Play Store app on your Android phone.
Step #2. Tap on the Burger menu or in other words the three horizontal lines right on the top left of your screen.
Step #3. Scroll down to “Settings” and tap on it.
Step #4. Under “General” you will see an option, “Clear local search history”, tap on it.
That’s it! By following the last step you will automatically clear the previous search you have done on Google Play Store!