8 Tips You Must Know to Master the Google Play Store

Google Play Store is used by all the Android device users as you download or update any application be it a preloaded one or an installed one using the same. Moreover, Google constantly updates the store to give a better user experience.

8 Tips You Must Know to Master the Google Play Store

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It will not be an exaggeration to say that the Google Play Store is a major advantage of owning an Android device as it offers a wide variety of applications that the users can choose from.

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Though you use the Play Store frequently, you may not know all the tricks that are involved in it. Here, we have come up with a list of ten tips and tricks that you should know to master the Google Play Store. This way, you will be able to save money, save data, and get a better user experience.

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Google Play Store #1

It is quite easy to find the option to update your apps manually or automatically. To control the app updates, you must go to the Settings option and select if you want to auto-update apps. Notably, you can customize the same as per requirement at any time in the future.
Also, on the app's page, you can choose whether or not you want the app to get automatic updates. This will be helpful to read the changelog before you update a particular app as you will get to know the changes that the update will bring to the table.

Google Play Store #2

You might have heard or experienced paying for huge in-app purchases as your child might have accidentally purchased the add-ons. There is a way to prevent the same from the Settings of Google Play Store.
Under Settings, there is an option known as User Controls. In this option, there is Parental Controls. Turn it off to let the Play Store restrict games as per the rating. By enabling this, you need to provide a password to make every purchase letting you save money.

Google Play Store #3

Getting a refund is one of the useful features on the Google Play Store. This way, you can get a refund on an app that you don't like. Though many people do not pay for apps and software, it is a great feature that can be used. To get a refund, you need to go to the Play Store within 2 hours of download and find the app and hit the green button stating Refund.

Google Play Store #4

Google loves to give away free content to its users. This way, you can install a paid app or get in-app purchases without any paying a penny as these might be available for free.

Google Play Store #5

Be default, the apps that you download will be positioned in a free spot on the home screen. But, in case, you do not want the same to happen, you can customize the same. Go to Settings in the Google Play Store and de-select the option that says Add icon to the Home screen. This way, the apps that you download will be listed in the app drawer and your home screen will not be cluttered.

Google Play Store #6

Did you know that you can pre-register for the upcoming titles on the Play Store? Well, this is possible with the PC and console games. Google has introduced this option for the Android users letting them pre-register for the apps. It will send you a push alert whenever the app is available for download be it a paid or a free one.

Google Play Store #7

When did you last give a star rating to the apps that you downloaded? Well, you may think that it is unnecessary to rate an app. But, the rating will contribute to the community of Android users and help the other users find new content.

Google Play Store #8

It is quite easy to take a look at the applications listed for download on the Play Store. But, creating a wishlist of the apps is very useful. This way, you can add your favorite app to the wishlist and return to the Play Store to download the same later whenever you want to. You can do this by clicking on the bookmark icon on the app's page.

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