To automatically update apps on your Android device: The app will update automatically when updates are available. To update apps individually or in bulk using the Google Play Store app on your mobile device: Note: Some apps require new permissions when they are updated.You may see a notification asking if you accept the new permissions.Now you’re in complete control of when your Android apps get updated.
This will be a painful task, especially if you have more than a handful apps.
Tested on Play Store 4.5.10 If you don't want to root your phone, there's Play Apps Updater.
First turn on auto update in the main settings of the Play store.
Then, you will have to manually open each app in the app store, and un-select auto-update.
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.
That way, you also know when to check out its new features.
Sometimes, automatic updates can lead you to miss interesting and useful new tools that could enhance your Android experience. For many users, app updates are something that they would like to agree on a case by case basis, instead of allowing external companies to constantly add content to their devices. It’s not hard to disable automatic app updates on any Android device.
This should work for both Lollipop and Marshmallow users.
Many app updates are important to maintain the latest versions and to keep your phone as secure as possible, so few people will want to totally stop updating.
Updating your apps gives you access to the latest features and improves app security and stability.