Can you imagine if mobile apps didn’t exist? Since smartphones are only used to make calls or send SMS text messages, Google Chrome and other search engines are considered computer applications, so you can’t even use a browser. On this occasion, we from Depor will explain the importance of updating one or more apps Android, and above all how to do it in bulk, so you don’t waste time updating them individually. Note taken.
Why is it important to update apps? Because after doing so you not only get new features that improve the user experience but also strengthen the security of your device AndroidThis means that your smartphone will no longer be vulnerable to virus threats as new security patches are created with each update to prevent cybercriminals from getting hold of your personal information or bank details.
How to Update an App Group on Android
- First, access the Google Play Store from your phone Android.
- Now, tap on your profile picture icon in the top right corner.
- Several options will be displayed, click on the one that says “Manage device and apps”, the name may vary slightly depending on the brand and model of your device.
- The next step is to access the “Available Updates” section, below which the number of apps left to update will appear.
- Finally, tap on the green button labeled “Update All”. To make sure everything is ready, click the “Check for Updates” button.
Know the most used and least versions of Android
List of versions Android They are listed in order of release, but their percentages are not. In the analysis, we can see that the most used operating system globally is Android 11 with 27%, Android 10 with 22.3% and Android 12 with 13.5%, the truth is that it is only the twelfth version. It was 6.2% in May, so it’s up significantly.
Then there are still doubts Android 12 It will supersede Android 10 as Android 13 has already released its stable version on Google Pixel devices. On the other hand, the least used version is Jelly Bean 4.1 and KitKat 4.4. We are giving you the complete list so you can see it.
- Jelly Bean (4.1 – 4.3) 0.2%
- KitKat (4.4) 0.9%
- Lollipop (5.0 – 5.1) 2,6%
- Marshmallow (6.0) 3,5%
- Nougat (7.0 – 7.1) 4,5%
- Oreo (8.0 – 8.1) 10.9%
- Pi (9.0) 14,5%
- Android 10 (10.0) 22.3%
- Android 11 (11.0) 27%
- Android 12 (12.0) 13.5%
What are the risks of installing an APK on your Android mobile?
- If you download APKs from trusted websites like: APKmirrorNothing will happen because they offer you very high security.
- If you notice an APK that you saw on an unknown page, we advise you not to download it, because you can introduce a “malware” or “joker” virus, both of which can steal your personal information: bank accounts, credit or debit card numbers, passwords. etc
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