Updates are important: you get new features or a new look to things. Updates also address bugs that keep things from being perfect.
You can let things be more or less automatic and update themselves or you can manually go through and inspect each update before it’s installed.
If you don’t want to look into every app update and would rather things work behind the scenes, you can set your Play Store app to automatically update apps on its own. This is done through the Play Store settings.
1. Open the Play Store app on your Android
2. slide out the left menu.
3. Open the settings
4. Tap on “Auto-update apps.”
5. you’ll have the choice to update apps over Wifi only, update apps over any connection (this might use lots of data) or to turn off automatic updates. Choose the setting that works best for you.
Apps that require new permissions won’t just automatically update themselves without your approval.
Be sure to have the “Notifications” box checked, and when an app you have installed needs new permissions to update, you’ll get a notification about it in your status bar.
This is a good way to make sure all your apps are on the latest version with the latest features and fixes.
Manual update app Google Play
If you want more control over what is installed on your Androids, and that includes updates to our apps, or want to read what others are saying about the latest version before you jump in and update:
Once again, open the Play Store app on your Android and slide out the left menu.
Open the settings, and look for the entry labeled “Auto-update apps” Tap on it, and you’ll have the choice to update apps over Wifi only, update apps over any connection, or to turn off automatic updates. In this case, you’ll want to choose to never auto-update apps.
You’ll need to check this setting because the default is to update apps automatically over Wifi.
Each time an app installed on your phone gets an update, you’ll get notified (be sure to enable notifications in the settings!) that the update is available.
Tap on the notification and you’ll be whisked to the Play Store app page, where you can read the new changes and tap the update button, or ignore the update.
Protect your Privacy
Almost every APP on your device CAN read the “Standard” Android Contact List.
Protect your privacy
For important contacts, those you want to protect from thefts, we recommend you not to sync these contacts with the Standard Device Address Book. Your contact list will be safer if you keep these only in your Kylook APP!
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For any question do not hesitate to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
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