If you want to make sure all your apps are up to date on your Android smartphone, this article explains how.
Keeping your apps up to date can give you access to new features or help fix existing bugs. They will often update automatically without having to do it manually, but this article explains how you can start the process yourself and quickly update your apps.
The process won’t take long, but depending on the size of the update, you may have to wait a few minutes before the app in question is ready to go again.
What will you need
- Open Play Store
- Tap the profile icon in the top right corner.
- Click App & Device Management.
- Tap the Manage tab.
- Select the app you want to update and install the update if available.
Open Play Store
First of all, open the Play Store on your phone. It has an icon that looks like a play button and here you can download apps on your Android smartphone.
Tap the profile icon in the top right corner.
Tap your profile icon in the top right corner of the screen. Your photo will be here if you have already uploaded it before.
Click App & Device Management.
In your profile menu, click on the “App & device management” option.
Tap the Manage tab.
Now click on the tab labeled “Manage”.
Select the app you want to update and install the update if available.
From here, you will see a list of installed applications. Just click on the one you want to update and if a software update is available, you can install it from here.
You may want to update your apps to access new features or install software that can fix pre-existing app issues.
Yes you can. Just go to Settings > Network settings > App auto-update and choose to auto-update over Wi-Fi only or over Wi-Fi or mobile data.