You are using mobile data suddenly you realize your applications updates are running in the background. But you are in your friend’s house you did n’t know you used a lot of data. By default, any app you download from the Google Play store (Android) or i Tunes App Store (i Phone/i Pad) will automatically update to its latest version whenever it is rolled out by the developer.
Here we are going to rescue you from Google Play store apps updating itself.
This will, in turn, save you much data which you’ll exhaust on other important internet activities. Only the apps you install from the Google Play store will attempt to auto update on Android device.These automatic updates go on without any prior notification popping up on your device notification panel.It runs as a background process, and you may not know when it occurs.And yes, as it goes by the rule, you have to update the installed applications on your device, time to time to get all of its latest features and bug fixes that developers patches with every update.There is a feature of automatic update in smartphones which have the default settings “ON” for these updates so that the application can be automatically updated.
Smartphone owners between the ages of 25 and 55 use 29 apps per month, according to a Nielsen report in July 2014.