You can either update the apps downloaded and installed on your Android device individually or automatically.Updating your apps gives you access to the latest features and improves app security and stability.We've all experienced a Google Play Store problem at some point.Whether it's an error message when downloading apps, the Play Store crashes or simply won't open, we have the solutions.First you should make sure you are running the latest i Pad, i Phone or i Pod touch touch firmware.
Try switching from Wi-Fi to mobile data, or vice versa, and see if the problem persists.
Note: If you’re using Google Play on a Chromebook, find out about app updates here.
To automatically update apps on your Android device: The app will update automatically when updates are available. To update apps individually or in bulk using the Google Play Store app on your mobile device: Note: Some apps require new permissions when they are updated.
Note: If Google determines an app update will fix a critical security vulnerability, we may make certain app updates regardless of update settings in the app or on your device.
For more information, please see the Google Play Terms of Service.
If the store does not find a time, then it could cause some issues.