Android has released a new Play Console feature that will remind users to update old versions of the apps they use to make the most of the convenience and features of the new, updated versions.

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According to the Android development team, Google Play now offers automatic updates and in-app updates to keep users up-to-date. However, there are still those who use older versions of apps.

The new feature enables the developers of the apps that are available on the Google store to remind users about updates of already outdated versions.

With the new feature, users who are using a particular version will receive an update notification every time they open the given app.

For the convenience of Android fans, developers can indicate which versions of apps need updating.

According to initial experiments by the Android team, over 50% of users who receive update notifications respond to them.

Updating the latest version of an app can help improve the user experience and security of the app.

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