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Don't remember what you rated Flappy Bird? Google Play never forgets

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If you were browsing through the Google Play store to check out this month's free music, you might've noticed an addition to the sidebar. Nestled between the device and wishlist tabs is a section devoted to showcasing anything you've starred or given a +1, called, wait for it, "My Play activity." Don't fret if personal media and app ratings aren't appearing on your page though, as Android Police notes that the link isn't showing up for everyone just yet. As of this writing, only a handful of Engadget editors can view theirs, for instance. Once the desktop feature finishes rolling out, you should be able to view anyone's rating-history at-will -- much like you can on Android. If anything, it's another venue for (privately) ridiculing your boss' taste in music.

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