How to use auto update for your downloaded apps

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How to use auto update for your downloaded apps

If you’re using android apps for everything, then there could be a big issue you’re facing for them-‘updating apps.’ Such apps’ updates could be very needy for you, but you don’t have a time for updating these apps.

So, here is the option, which will you see in the Google play store.  By using this option, you can update your apps while connecting them over Wi-Fi too.

This option is called as ‘auto update.’

However, if you don’t want to enable ‘auto update’ for such apps, you can turn off it as follows:

 

  • Go to Google play store
  • Tap on the ‘icon’ placed at the  top left corner
  • Then there will come the option ‘My Apps,’ Tap on it
  • You will see the list of apps, which you have on your phone
  • Select the app by swiping up
  • Also, you can search any app in the search bar
  • After reaching  on the app page, you will three dots in the top right corner, tap on it
  • Then uncheck on ‘auto update’

 

If you want to enable ‘auto update’ for your all apps, you can do it as follows:

 

  • Go to Google Play Store> Setting> General Section
  • In General section, select ‘auto update apps’
  • For updating apps over Wi-Fi, select the third option-‘auto update apps over Wi-Fi only

 

 

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