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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by GZ2525, Dec 22, 2009.

  1. GZ2525

    GZ2525 Active Member
    Thread Starter

    Nov 11, 2009
    I always like to have all my apps updated to the latest release and because of this I go to the Market->Downloads and checks for available updates about four times a day. Usually there's always updates sitting there. The hassle is when there's so many to go through them all and and install them.

    Is there any app out there that can go through and constantly check for updates and install them automatically?

    If not then I'm hoping someone can make one. It seems like a pretty simple thing to make. Then again I'm not a Dev so what do I know?


  2. it isnt currently aval, i wish it was also, alot of people say you dont want auto updates as there may be one you dont want but i am not one of those people that is going to go to every website and see what the update is. i did experience one update that i kinda didnt want to do and that was "beautiful widgets" it used to look just like the htc clock and weather then the dev got a ceast and desist letter so he had to change the widget and it look very different now. but even with the non auto updates i still didnt read that the update was going to change the look, so auto or no auto i am not reading what the update is going to be.
  3. CrackberryMike

    CrackberryMike Active Member

    Nov 28, 2009
    I would like the "option" to download all. Beyond that, I've noticed since 2.01 that I rarely will get a taskbar notification for "updates available" even though they are. Yesterday morn I had 5 updates available and no notification. And yes, "notify me when items are updated" is selected.
  4. gotwillk

    gotwillk Well-Known Member

    Nov 7, 2009
    yea the notification doesn't seem to show up automatically anymore after the update to 2.0.1. the icon shows up after i visit the market however, but that defeats the whole purpose of the notification.

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