The latest update of the Android Market app was seen last year. Whether be it software’s update or be it the hardware’s update.
With this latest version, there were several features which were totally new, were added to it. These updates are needed so that there must be no damage, and they remain updated and also to insure the smooth running of the phones without any problems.
An easy way to keep Android apps up-to-date is by turning on automatic updates.
As long as you have access to the Android Market, it is very simple to set up.
Often times it’s the little things that make or break a use experience and this option will definitely make Android better.
It’s overwhelming to have 75 apps installed and see 34 apps have updates waiting in Android Market.
Nothing would be worse than to see a company hastily release an update that unintentionally glitches up your phone, leaving you stuck with a broken app and no way of turning back.
An app-by-app bulk update option has some other benefits, and I hope they consider including that as well, but this would be a magnificent step in the right direction.
As soon as something amiss is discovered in the running operating systems of the phones or vulnerability found in the current running software, the manufacturers are able to discover and invent something new and improved and distribute it automatically to the phones, via the apps updating to update them and protect them from damage.
Disable/Enable Auto-updates For Android Market Go to your phone’s menu and select Market. Once the page has loaded, go to Menu again and go to settings.
Attention all Motorola At&t Bravo users: there is an update for those of you running Android 2.1(Eclair).
2.2(Froyo), plus some additional improvements, is now available!