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Also note that this is a duplicate of How to enable Play Store auto-update for just a few apps? Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?For Apps which are already in our device this option will come and for others once you click on install this option will automatically come.I've published an application on Google Play and it has "Allow Automatic Update" checkbox.Tap your Android device’s back button to return to the Play Store’s home screen (it may be a hardware or onscreen button, depending on your device). As the number of apps on our (sometimes multiple) devices continues to grow, it becomes quite a chore to keep them up to date on a weekly basis.I observed some applications in play store are showing Allow Automatic Updating option with check box at the time of installation,some don't why?

Sometimes though, you don’t want apps to move onto their latest available version, for a number of reasons: it could be a kink that breaks support, or an unfavourable new feature.I did not do anything special to make it available.If you have a sample of the application, which is published on Google Play and does not have this checkbox, please, let me know, since I haven't seen such an application yet.Sometimes the new version of a popular app might be buggy, but there's no easy way to revert to the old one, for example.

No matter your reasoning, it’s easy enough to toggle this setting and gain more control over the app updating process. Next, tap the slide-out menu button in the upper left corner, as denoted by three horizontal lines, then tap .Head to the Play Store, go to the app settings and look for "Auto-update apps." You'll be given three choices: do not auto-update apps, auto-update apps at any time and auto-update apps only over Wifi.