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  Do you know how after an extended period, your phone prompts you to make update it? Many users do it anyway even though they cannot see the need because the apps tend to look the same even after the update. These updates do have their uses and we will be explaining just what they are for and why it is important to even bother.
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Mobile apps have become very popular in the last fifteen years and the rise in popularity of apps has gone hand in hand with the dominance of the smartphone in every facet of human existence. An entire class of professionals have been spurned thanks to mobile apps from coders (front and backend) to designers, project managers and even digital designers. As a result, there is an app for everything from the very utilitarian to mundane to outright wacky activities that humans. Apps have even spurned habits in themselves and of themselves. The truth is that whether we like it or not, app updates are important if not for anything else for our improver user experience. Google will give you a practical reason for updating your apps in that it “gives you access to the latest features and improves app security and stability”.
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Beyond that, however, an update avails you to new features and an incrementally better user interface is part of the package. Since apps are a continuous stream of income for a certain group of pros as we earlier said, users, tend to vote on the usefulness and utility of the app by updating so customer satisfaction depends on how well the builders continue to iterate in design and functionality. More importantly, updates are not optional but a necessity as if one does not do it for about three months, the app becomes useless to the user and even starts crashing on impulse. If you do not update your WhatsApp for instance, in a matter of months you will have to endure crashes and even stop using the app altogether. Featured Image Source: Centogram
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This article was first published on 20th August 2020 and updated on September 11th, 2020 at 11:40 pm


Some call me David. Others, Emerie. Others, (unfortunate fellows) Biggie. I like to think that I have sense and that is why I write too. Otherwise, I draw and paint and sing (in the bathroom) and love to make people laugh. I love to understand how things work and that’s why I love DIY videos and YouTube of course. Follow me on Twitter @EmerieOkwara

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