Google Updates the Play Store, Making It Easier to Manage Apps
Google is rolling out a small but important update to the Play Store, adding an updated My Apps screen that makes it much easier to manage everything you’ve installed.
In the new layout, you get an Updates tab where you can see what updates are available, an Installed tab that lists everything that is on your device, a Library tab that shows everything you’ve ever had. either loaded and the “Beta” tab. This Updates tab has now also added an Update All button, so you don’t have to touch each individual app separately to install an update, or if you want, you can simply click the Update button for each individual app.
On the Installed page, you can now also sort apps in several ways, including alphabetically, by last updated, by last used, or by size. Size is obviously useful when you need to free up space, but “last used” is really useful for finding and removing any ancient apps you might have forgotten about. You should see an update now, but if not, it should be coming soon.
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