Are you looking for the easiest way on how to update apps on Galaxy S5? Look no further and check out the detailed guide given below.
An uncountable number of applications are released on the Android market on a daily basis, which makes it a hassle for the user to keep them up to date the entire time. So, Google Play store come pre-enabled with “Auto Update apps over Wi-Fi only” feature that saves your mobile data. In addition to that, apps should be updated almost as soon as they are available. The version of the app installed on your device might get outdated or contain bugs.
The updated version of almost all app is improved and better version when compared to the previous one. So which is the path you should choose on how to update apps on Galaxy S5? If data usage is not the problem for you, you can allow Google Play Store to auto update them for you. Otherwise, you can pick the apps that you wish to update.
First of all, head over to Google Play Store and click on the settings icon the top left the corner. This will open a menu which will have a lot of options. Head over to “Settings” by scrolling down. Open it and there will be an option “Auto-update apps”, click on it.
Three Options to Update Apps on Android
Do not auto-update apps – This will not update your apps even when your device is connected to the internet be it Wi-Fi or Mobile Data.
Auto-update apps at any time. Data charges may apply – This will update apps even if you have your Mobile Data switched ON and also if you are connected to the Wi-Fi.
Auto-update apps over the Wi-Fi only – This option will update apps only when you are connected to the internet over Wi-Fi.
It is always advisable to read description and reviews of the app that you are about to install. This could help you prevent to install a problematic app which might cause unnecessary force stops of Apps or some major problem in advance. If you are looking for some extra assistance on how to update apps on Galaxy S5, check out the video tutorial given down below: