We will show you how to do it in both the old and the new versions.
To turn off automatic updates in version 5.0 of the Play Store, open the Play Store and touch the menu icon in the upper-left corner of the screen. If your apps have been updating automatically, the “Auto-update apps” setting in the “General” section on the “Settings” screen will read “Auto-update apps at any time.
Data charges may apply.” To change this setting, touch “Auto-update apps.” The “Auto-update apps” dialog box displays.
For more information, please see the Google Play Terms of Service.
Note: If you’re using Google Play on a Chromebook, find out about app updates here.
You can control whether or not your Android auto-updates apps in Google Play.
You can control it with a global setting or a setting for individual apps.Here’s a detailed tutorial on how to enable or disable this feature.Now you’re in complete control of when your Android apps get updated.The left pane contains buttons allowing you to “Open,” “Update,” or “Uninstall” the app.The “Allow automatic updating” check box is also available in the right pane.That option allows your apps to automatically update only when you are connected to a Wi-Fi network so you don’t use any data to do so.