Google Play Store recently stopped showing notifications for app updates. While everyone was concerned that it was a bug, a Google spokesperson said Android Policethat this was intended behavior, which means that you will no longer be informed about app updates. Well not really. There is a new app that brings up update notifications from the application.
For those wondering why this is even important, people install a variety of apps these days and often forget to use them, and app update notifications have served as an indirect means of reminding people that they always an app. If you're one of them, all you need is AppNotifier to bring back your familiar app update experience.
This app brings up update notifications from the Play Store app
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In AppNotifier, you can choose to display notifications for new installations and application updates.you even have an option to turn on notifications for side-loaded apps.Cool, right?
However, there are a few limitations with AppNotifier. Unlike Google Play Store,you will not be notified when the application is installedInstead, notifications will be sent once the installation process is complete. In addition, since the application relies on the data of the applications present on your phone, changes to the application name will not be made. not reflected and the renamed application will be interpreted as a new application.
Personally, I'm not lacking in app update notifications, but I'm sure people who use third-party theme engines like Substratum would find the lack of app update notifications inconvenient because unexpected updates could render an application unusable if an updated theme has not yet been released.
The app is open-source and therefore you can download it from GitHub or Google Play Store. So if you are missing the app update notifications? Let us know in the comments.
TlchargezAppNotifier on PlayStore |TlchargerAppNotifier from GitHub