Stop updating apps
Even if you are using a Wi Fi, this could significantly reduce the speed of your Internet.
So what can be done to prevent Google Play Store from auto updating your apps?
Most of the time it is either an authentication problem, which means the App Store is having a hard time figuring out who you are, or there is a problem with another app or piece of content that the i Pad is trying to download and the app is just waiting in line.
And on some rare occasions, the i Pad just forgets about the app.
By default, the Google Play Store updates downloaded apps automatically, providing you with the latest version of the app the author has submitted to the Google Play Store.
Check out how easy it is to turn off automatic app updates in the steps below.
If you don't want to turn on Automatic Downloads, you can download your past purchases from the i Tunes Store, App Store, or i Books Store.
When you turn on Automatic Downloads, your device also associates with your Apple ID.
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Downloading apps is fun, but auto-updates can be quite annoying, especially if the updates require taking up more internal storage on your device than desired.