Not all of your ‘Recently Updated’ Android apps are displayed in Google Play Store

Version numbers disappearing from the Play Store was a bug that Google just fixed, and now a similar issue involving the Recently updated list has surfaced.

Since yesterday (August 23), Google Play’s default view/filter for the Manage page under Manage apps andamp; device has not consistently displayed all the Android apps that you have recently updated.

One or two might show up, but the most majority are absent. In the sample below, Google Docs, Sheets, and Slide are not there, and in addition to the Monday update, Apple Music was also updated yesterday.

There are countless such instances on the few devices we looked at, albeit not all users claim to be impacted. Today, the problem still exists with Google Pay (Tez) appearing but neither Google Maps nor Twitter for me.

Comparing that list to the Recently scanned applications row displayed on the Play Protect page is one approach to determine which apps are absent.
We are having this problem with both the Play Store’s most recent stable release (31.9.1) and brand-new releases that are currently being sent out.
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