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Everything you need to know about Google Play Store updates - Android Geek


How to Update the Google Play Store and Apps on Android




The Google Play Store is the official app store for Android devices, where you can download and install millions of apps and games. It also provides core functionality like authentication, synchronization, and updates for Google services and apps.




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Keeping the Google Play Store and your apps updated is essential for your device's security, performance, and functionality. Updates can fix bugs, improve features, add new content, and enhance compatibility with other devices and platforms.


In this article, we will show you how to update the Google Play Store and your apps on Android in different ways. Whether you want to update everything automatically, manually, or selectively, we have got you covered.


How to update the Google Play Store app




The Google Play Store app itself needs to be updated from time to time, as it may contain important improvements or changes that affect how it works. To check and update the Google Play Store app, follow these steps:


  • Open the Google Play Store app on your device.



  • At the top right, tap the profile icon.



  • Tap Settings > About > Play Store version.



  • You will get a message that tells you if the Play Store is up to date or if an update is available.



  • If an update is available, it will automatically download and install in a few minutes.



  • Tap Got it to close the message.



How to update all Android apps automatically




If you want to save time and hassle, you can set your device to update all your apps automatically whenever there is a new version available. This way, you don't have to worry about checking for updates manually or missing out on any important fixes or features. To enable auto-update for all apps, follow these steps:


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  • Open the Google Play Store app on your device.



  • At the top right, tap the profile icon.



  • Tap Settings > Network Preferences > Auto-update apps.



  • Select an option: Over any network to update apps using either Wi-Fi or mobile data, or Over Wi-Fi only to update apps only when connected to Wi-Fi.



Note: If an account on your device has a sign-in error, apps may not update automatically.


How to update individual Android apps automatically




If you want more control over which apps get updated automatically, you can choose to enable auto-update for specific apps only. This way, you can avoid unwanted updates that may change how an app works or looks, or that may consume more battery or data. To enable auto-update for individual apps, follow these steps:


  • Open the Google Play Store app on your device.



  • At the top right, tap the profile icon.



  • Tap Manage apps & device > Manage.



  • Find the app you want to update automatically and tap it to open its details page.



  • On the app's details page, tap More > Enable auto update.



When updates are available, the app will update automatically in the background.


How to update an Android app manually




If you prefer to update your apps manually, or if you have disabled auto-update for some or all apps, you can always check and install updates for an app from the Google Play Store. To update an app manually, follow these steps:


  • Open the Google Play Store app on your device.



  • At the top right, tap the profile icon.



  • Tap Manage apps & device > Updates available.



  • Find the app you want to update and tap Update. If you don't see it, tap See all apps or App info.



  • Wait for the update to download and install.



You can also tap Update all to update all apps that have updates available.


Tips and tricks for updating apps




Updating apps is usually a simple and smooth process, but sometimes you may encounter some issues or challenges. Here are some tips and tricks to help you with updating apps:


  • If an app asks for new or more permissions, make sure you read them carefully and understand why they are needed. You can always deny or revoke permissions if you are not comfortable with them.



  • If an app requires a restart after an update, make sure you save your work and close any other apps before restarting. This will prevent any data loss or corruption.



  • If an app does not work properly after an update, you can try clearing its cache and data, uninstalling and reinstalling it, or contacting the developer for support.



  • If you have limited data or storage space, you can choose to update only the apps that are important or essential for you. You can also use the Google Play Store's Lite mode to reduce data usage when browsing or downloading apps.



  • If you want to revert to a previous version of an app, you can try finding and installing its APK file from a trusted source. However, this is not recommended as it may expose your device to security risks or compatibility issues.



Conclusion




Updating the Google Play Store and your apps on Android is a simple and smart way to keep your device secure, fast, and functional. You can choose to update everything automatically, manually, or selectively, depending on your preferences and needs. You can also use some tips and tricks to deal with any problems or challenges that may arise when updating apps.


We hope this article has helped you learn how to update the Google Play Store and your apps on Android. If you have any questions or feedback, please let us know in the comments below. And don't forget to share this article with your friends and family who use Android devices!


FAQs




Here are some frequently asked questions and answers related to the topic of this article:


Why is my Google Play Store not updating?There could be several reasons why your Google Play Store is not updating, such as a network error, a storage error, a corrupted cache, or a device restriction. You can try some of these solutions to fix it:


  • Check your internet connection and make sure it is stable and fast.



  • Check your device's storage space and make sure there is enough room for the update.



  • Clear the Google Play Store's cache and data from your device's settings.



  • Remove and re-add your Google account from your device's settings.



  • Force stop and restart the Google Play Store app from your device's settings.



How do I stop apps from updating automatically?If you want to stop apps from updating automatically, you can disable the auto-update option from the Google Play Store's settings. To do this, follow these steps:


  • Open the Google Play Store app on your device.



  • At the top right, tap the profile icon.



  • Tap Settings > Network Preferences > Auto-update apps.



  • Select Don't auto-update apps.



How do I update apps on Android without Google Play Store?If you don't have access to the Google Play Store, or if you want to download apps from other sources, you can still update your apps on Android using alternative methods. Some of these methods are:


  • Use a third-party app store, such as Amazon Appstore, F-Droid, or APKPure. These app stores may have different or more apps than the Google Play Store, and they may also offer updates for them.



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