Hey, someone mentioned this elsewhere but thought I'd put this up. Some apps will tell you when you open them that a new update is available, some won't and some don't tell you about the update consistently. I found a way to see if your apps are updated. Go to Market Tap My Downloads This will bring up a list of EVERYTHING you've ever installed from the Android Market. Everything should be listed as either "Installed" or "Free". If it's listed as "Installed" that means it's on your phone(obviously) but also up to date. If it's listed as "Free" it's either something you installed, but later uninstalled, -OR- something you installed, but do not have the latest version. If you know it's something you installed, you can tap it, and install it, it should give you a message saying that it's replacing the old version with this new version and keeping the user data. Hope this helps...and I hope in the future they have an option to do updates with more automation. I know that means more stuff going on in the background, but some people would be willing to make that leap.