App to detect app update

adipabeta

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Is there any appstore alternative to detect if there is an update for an app
Cause i got this
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I want to the information of which app is have an update
And i'll do a manual search for it
Or delete and reinstall it
Other section of the appstore is fine
Just the update section that show nothing
Thanks 😊
 

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It happens on occasion. Just close out the App Store app completely and then initiate it again. Afterwards, tap on the update tab. If that doesn't work, reboot your phone and try again. Anyway, to answer your question, there is no AppStore alternative for this, unless you're jailbroken (I think), however, an alternative would be to connect your device to your computer and initiate its iTunes app then have iTunes check for updates for you.
 

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It's already a week
From 1 to 4

I haven't try itunes
Only sync my phone for the first time

Thanks for it
I think i will never plug my phone to itunes more than once lol
 

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Hii
Itunes do nothing in my case

So i factory reset my phone

Now
Update section is fine
But
Some app is missing from homescreen
I have to open them from appstore

Is there something i can do about it
 

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Hii
Itunes do nothing in my case
Okay

So i factory reset my phone

Now
Update section is fine
But
Some app is missing from homescreen
I have to open them from appstore

Is there something i can do about it
If you backed up your iPhone via iTunes prior to restoring it as new (factory reset), then all you should have to do is connect your device to your computer, fire up the iTunes app and when iTunes recognizes your device, select it and then select "Restore Backup". Your last backup date should display. Select it and then wait for it to restore your backup. Your screens, data, settings & apps will be restored to the way they were prior to the backup. Alternatively, you can do the same via an iCloud backup if enabled and if you backed up your device to iCloud prior to the factory reset. If neither, you can initiate the App Store app on your iPhone, select the update tab and then select "Purchased". All of the apps & games you've ever downloaded ad purchased should display. Simply select the ones you want to put back on your device. You will not have to repay for them. Also, I recommend that you are connected via Wi-Fi or LTE, if applicable, so that the re-downloading of those apps can be speedy.
 

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