How to Delete Your Wish App History

Wondering how to delete your Wish app history? They should offer an easy way to clear it since they sell adult products.

Contrary to popular belief, it is possible to clear recent searches and viewed products that you don’t want to see.

If you’re at your wit’s end and you’re ready to remove it, do the following instead.

You can easily clear the search history and recently viewed items from Wish, and without losing everything.

They don’t provide instructions in the FAQs, but it isn’t difficult. It’s worth doing if you don’t want to see (or risk others seeing) certain listings.

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I didn’t find what I wanted on Wish, but suddenly all sorts of ‘fruits’ and ‘veggies’ showed up on my list. Vegetables shaped like breasts and male genitalia (I kid you not) started showing up on my Wish app feed! Ugh… I needed to get rid of those, and I wanted to do it as quickly as possible.

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How Do You End Up with X-Rated Items in Your Wish Feed?

All it took was one curious click to result in increasingly weird and inappropriate items including silicone dolls and vibrators of every size, shape, and kind.

What happened next…

My feed became inundated with BIG breast-shaped squash, delicious-looking penis-shaped peppers, and more. I couldn’t find what I really wanted anymore!

The fruit and peter peppers (you have to see them on Amazon to believe what they look like).

They don’t look real to me. I doubt very highly if they would grow into that unmistakable shape! What do you think?

Why did I click on those anyway?

I clicked because I wanted to see if people actually bought them. I must admit I was very curious to read what buyers said!

They were hilarious, and although they didn’t offend me I didn’t want to have to weed through those again while scrolling through Wish.

Most of all, I didn’t want my family, friends, and others looking over my shoulder and seeing them on my feed! It would be embarrassing, to say the least.

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Don’t Do This…

Before telling you how to delete your Wish app history I’ll tell you what doesn’t work. That way you don’t waste even more time than you’ve already wasted.

Maybe you’ve already tried these options. I did everything I could think of before realizing what I had to do to delete my history.

Don’t bother uninstalling the app and installing it again. You’ll see the very same history and recently searched products when you return – unless of course, you deactivate the account first.

Will Deactivating the Account Work?

If you deactivate your Wish account and start over by uninstalling and reinstalling the app, you will lose EVERYTHING from your daily login points and discounts to your purchase history and Wishlists. Don’t do that!

What the heck?!

Clearing your cache, cookies, and browser history won’t work either – at least not entirely.

As you likely already know you won’t find a clear search history or clear recently viewed option in settings.

Why wouldn’t they have those?

They want to continue displaying items that you’ve expressed an interest in.

Clicking on items sets a cookie, and you’ll see more of the same until other things take their place.

Here’s what to do…

How to Delete Your Wish App History – This Works!

It’s a little time consuming, simple, and incredibly stupid but it definitely solves the problem!

To delete Wish app search history start searching for other items – many more items if that’s what it takes. Type in the other subjects you’re interested such as kitchen gadgets or handbags.

The things you don’t want showing will move down the list until they’re eventually gone for good.

The secret to clearing items from your Wish feed…

My search history currently lists 15 items. After searching for more items the breast-shaped squash and pepper penis’ completely disappeared from the list.

Clearing your browsing history and browsing data will stop your Wish app from generating old search terms again, but you HAVE to replace the search terms you don’t want with others.

Clear Your Wish App Recently Viewed Too!

If you need to know how to delete Wish app recently viewed, all you have to do is click on other items. This will take longer to remove than search history terms, but it still works!

The recently viewed ‘view all‘ list displays many more items. I counted 92 products on my recently viewed Wish app list.

The x-rated veggies on Wish were about mid-section, but it only took a few minutes to click on enough other products to move them down and off the list for good.


Kimberly Dalessandro (a.k.a. Crystal Ray) began her online writing career in 2005 with PageWise Incorporated and went on to become a top writer for both Associated Content and Yahoo Voices under the pen name Crystal Ray. In early 2017 she launched Blue Crystal Sky ~ Everything Under the Sun. She is continually coming up with new ideas to share with the world.

4 thoughts on “How to Delete Your Wish App History

  • March 14, 2019 at 3:33 PM

    Much easier way to do it is go to acct settings and deactivate the acct then create a new one. You clear your searched items and order history.

    • March 14, 2019 at 5:50 PM

      It would be quicker, but only do it if you don’t mind losing your daily login points, discount bonuses, wish lists, and purchase info. You will be starting completely over.

      Thanks, for the suggestion. It will be helpful for people who don’t mind losing those.

  • May 1, 2018 at 5:59 PM

    Thanks for the info on how to delete wish app history. It worked!

    • May 1, 2018 at 9:50 PM

      You’re welcome. Alice. I had to figure out how to delete my Wish app recently viewed, and it was the only thing that worked to get rid of those items from my list. Unfortunately there isn’t a faster fix, but it’s easy enough to do. 🙂

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