Update My Facebook App
As a general rule, apps you have installed from Google Play will download updates immediately (called auto-update apps) in order to improve their performance on your tablet or smartphone. Usually speaking, this is an excellent thing, however it can also slow down your phone, consume your mobile information and stop you from doing other things with your device. This is where by hand upgrading apps can be more useful.
How to disable auto-update apps in Google Play
1. Open the Google Play Store app and tap on the navigation drawer. Then choose Settings.
2. In the Play Shop settings, tap Auto-update apps.
3. You'll see three choices (which can be changed at any time): Do not auto-update apps, Auto-update apps at any time. Data charges may use, and Auto-update apps over Wi-Fi only.
4. Select the first one. Note that this means you will always have to by hand upgrade all apps in the future. If you still desire apps to update instantly, just not on your data connection, select Auto-update apps over Wi-Fi only.
Ways to manually upgrade apps in the Play Shop
1. If you've informed the Play Shop not to auto-update apps, you'll have to do it manually. To manually update an app, you must go to My apps in Google Play, so open the navigation drawer and select it (from under the primary Apps & video games category).
2. You will be shown a tab view of your apps: the ones currently installed on your gadget and a master list of every app you have actually ever downloaded. In the Set up list, you'll see the apps are broken up into categories: Updates, Just Recently updated and Updated.
3. Apps with updates available are listed at the top. You can decide to install them one at a time or all of them with the Update All button at the top.
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