We’ve all deleted apps from our phones at least a few times. There are many reasons for this: either by accident, while discovering the option of tapping and holding on the home screen, or to free up space on the device.
Unfortunately, iOS does not have a separate interface in the system that shows recently deleted apps, at least not in chronological order.
Instead, a hidden menu in the App Store contains a list of uninstalled apps, SlashGear reports.
To do this, first open the App Store app and then tap on your profile picture in the upper right corner of the screen. Below the name and email address there will be a tab labeled Purchased. All the applications that are on our mobile are displayed here. Tapping on the Not on iPhone tab displays apps that were once on the phone but have already been deleted.
If you’ve recently downloaded the app you’re looking for, it should be among the first few items. If you can’t find it, type the name of the app in the search bar at the top, and if you find it, press the reset icon and wait a few moments. Downloading the app may take a few seconds depending on the file size. After that, you can easily use it again.