Google Play tips: Google Play store has an area called My apps & games. From here you can look at which apps you’ve downloaded, which were pre-loaded and the apps that you need to update. This is an excellent place to manage your apps within the Play Store and getting to it is easy-Google Play tips and tricks.
1.Manage your apps in the Play Store
.Open up the Google Play Store on your Android device.
.Open the menu (the three horizontal lines at the top left of your screen).
.Under the Apps & Games section you’ll see the My apps and & games link, tap this.
.Now you should see a list of your installed apps.
From here you can hit the button Update All in the top right-hand corner of your screen. You can monitor what you’ve downloaded and manage these apps. If you go into the All section you can see which apps were on your device and what could be removed.
2. Stop automatic updates
.Choose Do not automatically update applications.
.It will then be up to you to choose when or where you want to update your applications!
3.Disable automatic addition of a shortcut to the Home screen
When you install a new application, Google Play has the bad habit of systematically adding a shortcut to your home screen. If this is sometimes practical, it can quickly become annoying, especially if you download a lot of apps that you don’t use all the time.
.There is a simple method to disable this automatic addition:
.From the Play Store, go to Settings
.Uncheck the Add icon to Home screen check box.
4. Get refunds on the Google Play Store
You can get refunds for Play Store purchases with a single tap; so long as you do it within two hours of buying the app. This should be plenty of time to find out if that new weather app actually works, or whether that game is as fun as the garish pictures made it out to be.
.Once you’ve purchased an app, on its Play Store page you’ll see options to Install or Open. In addition, a Refund option should appear to the left of it.
.Tap the refund button within two hours of your purchase to get your money back, no questions asked.
If you notice that a child or dependent made this purchase without permission you can always change their privileges.
.Just head into the Play Store, tap the menu icon and hit Settings.
.Toggle Require authentication for purchases
.Then choose For all purchases through Google Play on this device.