Automatic updating android battery

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Head to the Play Store, go to the app settings and look for "Auto-update apps." You'll be given three choices: do not auto-update apps, auto-update apps at any time and auto-update apps only over Wifi.

As we noted above, the Play Store has "Auto-update apps only over Wifi" selected by default.

Luckily, the major app platforms all have automatic app updates now, and the default setting for this is 'On'.

This means that your apps will remain up to date with all the latest features and bug-fixes that the developers come up with, without you having to do a single thing.

Since the update, the game started lagging on the i Pad and became frustrating.

If you happen to have unlimited data and want those apps right now, toggle on over to the "Auto-update apps at any time" option.

For those who want to be in control, there's always the "Do not auto-update apps" setting.

There are times when you will discover that an app has updated and then find yourself wishing that the old version were still around.

For example, we're big fans of the i OS game Crossy Road - or were, until the latest update.

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