Google Chrome It is by far the most popular browser on Android. In fact, its figures speak for themselves, and it is that the browser developed by Google has already been installed in more than 5,000 million devices. The Big G pre-installs it on all mobiles and tablets that carry “Google’s Android” and today we are going to see how to update it.
The vast majority of Android applications are downloaded from the Google Play Store. It is from this same store where the apps are updated. And why is it important to update apps? Beyond because they add extra functions (such as dark mode in the case of Chrome, for example), because fix bugs and malfunctions.
Everything is done from the Google Play Store
To update Google Chrome we have to follow the same steps that we would follow to update WhatsApp, Facebook or Instagram. Everything is done from Google Play and the path is as follows:
- Open Google Play Store.
- Swipe from the left frame of the mobile to the right to display the menu.
- Go to “My applications and games”.
- Go to “Updates” if the application does not take you there automatically.
There they will appear all applications that have a new version. You can update them one by one but our recommendation is that you do it in batch. To do this, click on “Update all” and voila, they will be downloaded automatically. You don’t need to have the application open, you can close it and do something else while the download is taking place in the background.
An easier option to keep the applications updated and be able to forget about it is turn on automatic updates. That way, when an app receives an update, Google Play will download it without your intervention in any way. To do this, follow these steps:
- Open Google Play.
- Pull down the menu by swiping to the right.
- Go to “Settings”.
- Go to “Update automatic applications”.
- Select “WiFi only”.