How to update Apps on Android: If you are new to Android or this is your first new Phone then you need to know as there are lots of love for you and it all starts with finding best apps for your Device.
You can Update Apps from Play Store:
Google Play is the app store that Google runs and where you can find any type of apps you need. The main feature of Google play is as it scans apps before and after they are downloaded and monitors them for unusual activity. It can be a bit overwhelming when you first open up Google Play but do not worry, we are here to help you get started!
And one more thing is that by default, Google Play is set to update Android apps automatically, whether you’re on Wi-Fi or mobile data. If you’re concerned about your data allowance, you can disable auto-update in Google Play and update apps manually, when you want to.
Generally, automatically updating apps is a good thing. However, it may happen at inopportune times, slowing down your device and using up mobile data if you’re not on wi-fi.
Fortunately, it’s easy to disable auto-update apps and update Android apps manually. Today we’ll show you how.
How to update android Apps from Google Play Store
If you’ve completely disabled auto-update or chosen to update only over Wi-Fi (and you’re not currently on Wi-Fi), you’ll have to manually update your apps.
Here are the steps:
Step 1: Open the Play Store again and tap the menu button.
Step 2: Now, tap “My apps & games“.
Step 3: Make sure the “Updates” tab is selected.
Step 4: You can “Update All” the apps, or tap “Update” for individual apps.
Notice that you’re encouraged to turn auto-update on at the top of the screen. If you want to update a single app rather than all of them, you can do that, too