But, sometimes it gives a headache when it uses extreme cellular data and drains the battery as well.
And, the automatically updating Apps is one of the major reason for it. I decided to turn off automatic app updates on my Android phone.
In either case, you’ll be pleased to know that it’s possible to stop Android apps from automatically updating themselves without your permission.
Unfortunately, Google did a good job hiding away the option to turn off automatic updates.
To update apps manually, you need to go to Google Play→ Open the navigation drawer → tap on My apps & games→ you have the option to update one app at a time or update all of them at one go.Press the three bars at the top left, then select “My Apps & Games.”You’ll be taken to a list of your apps.Find the app that you want to stop the auto-updates for.Nobody likes to see that their data has been mostly used up by updating apps!Even if your data plan is fine, you might find it annoying that apps download updates as they please and want a bit more control over what updates when.