Should I really be regularly updating apps that are working fine?
I have seen some updates cripple app features without paying for premium, or just plain "break" apps that were working fine. Thus, I tend to avoid updating apps, but as the number of apps I have has grown over time, individually checking reviews isn't realistic.
What is a good game plan for when to update apps? What are the pros and cons of periodically updating all? Looking for the best (or a reasonably good) system.
- 08-04-2016, 07:04 AM #2
- 08-04-2016, 07:56 AM #3
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Re: Should I really be regularly updating apps that are working fine?
Most updates contain improvements. I update manually just in case there's one updating something I don't like. But that's very rare. You can do a "wait and see" approach. See what others say about the update first. But that's not always a good barometer. I just update and if it goes bad, they usually update to fix it. Most updates go smoothly.
- 08-04-2016, 07:48 PM #4
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