| New Delhi |
Published: May 18, 2018 11:25:10 am
Android apps by default get automatically updated from Google Play Store to enhance the performance of the smartphone. Updates are necessary as they bring fresh features, bug fixes and patch security flaws as well. But at times it gets irritating to see apps popping up on the screen all of a sudden with the notification saying ‘Updating.’ Besides the auto-update cycle doesn’t necessarily update a single app in a day, sometimes Google Play likes to update a bulk of apps all at once.
That not only takes a toll on your battery but also your mobile data (in case it is not limited to Wi-Fi in the settings). Ideally, it is good…