To protect against hacking and for the sake of new functionality, it is important to regularly update applications on your own Android device via the Play Market. To avoid having to do this manually every Wednesday (or any other day), you can configure the Play Store so that it updates your apps itself every time a new version is released. Here's how it's done:
- Go to Google Play Market.
- Turn on automatic app updates.
First open the Google Play Store app.
Next, you need to either touch the menu icon, made in the form of several horizontal stripes in the upper left corner of the screen, or slide your finger deep into the screen, starting from its left side. This will open a dropdown menu.
Scroll to the bottom of the list and find the Settings option.
Below the General subheading at the top, find and select Auto-update app.
A pop-up window will appear with three options: Do not auto-update apps, Auto-update apps at any time, and Auto-update apps over Wi-Fi only. app only via Wi-Fi). Click on the option that suits you. I recommend updating only via Wi-Fi. often a lot of traffic is “eaten up”.
If you have any questions, please leave your comments.