- Business Insider 22:27April 16, 2020How to turn off automatic updates on an Android device if you're running low on data or battery lifeAntonio Villas-Boas/Business Insider You can turn off the auto update feature on your Android device by disabling it in the Google Play Store.
In general, you should try to keep your apps updated whenever possible — however, turning off automatic updates may help you save on space, data usage, and battery life.
Once you turn off automatic updates on your Android device, you'll have to update your apps manually.
Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Keeping your Android apps updated is important, as these updates usually include bug fixes and security updates. And by default, your apps will update automatically whenever a new version is available.
However, if you find your Android device is constantly running low on space, battery, or data, these automatic updates might be more of a nuisance than anything. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: How waste is dealt with on the world's largest cruise shipSee Also:How to change the lock screen on your Android device in 2 different ways'Why won't my Android phone connect to Wi-Fi?': How to troubleshoot an Android that won't connect to the internetHow to cancel a LinkedIn invitation you've sent in 5 simple stepsSEE ALSO: The best wireless Bluetooth headphones you can buy
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- Business Insider 02:07April 8, 2020How to update iPhone apps on iOS 13 manually, or set them to update automatically when new versions are releasedGetty Images To update apps on iOS 13, you'll need to head to your "Account" menu in the App Store.
Most apps will update on their own, but you can use this page to manually update any apps that are queued up.
Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Keeping the apps on your iPhone up to date is important not only for security reasons, but to ensure you have all the latest features.
While you can always set your apps to update automatically so you don't have to keep an eye on them, if you prefer to install updates manually, doing so is pretty straightforward. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 8 weird robots NASA wants to send to spaceSee Also:How to reset your network settings on an Android to fix connection issues and speed up your internet'What happens when you block someone on Gmail?': Here's what you need to knowHow to change the language on your Android device to the one you preferSEE ALSO: The best iPhone accessories from cases to lightning cables
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- Mashable 21:07March 3, 2020Facebook's Messenger gets an overhaul to become faster and lighterFacebook engineers rewrote Messenger from scratch, reducing its 1.7 million lines of code to a mere 360,000. Read more...More about Facebook, Mashable Video, Facebook Messenger, Code, and App Updates
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