Changelog Droid manages and keeps track of app updates

August 4, 2014
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With so many developers updating their apps and with your smartphone having so many apps as well, it’s getting more confusing and difficult to manage all of them. But as with a lot of our problems and needs now, there is an app to help you with that. Changelog Droid helps you keep track of all the changes in your apps, as well as manage the installing and uninstalling of different apps from the Google Play Store.

Changelog Droid constantly checks the Play Store and will let you know if there are any apps that need to be updated. While a lot of apps now are automatically updated already, this app makes sure you know what are the new features and changes that have been made to them. It also builds a complete version history for all the apps installed in your smartphone for your reference.

Aside from that basic function, Changelog Droid can also be your app manager, where you can launch the apps that you need and uninstall the ones that you don’t want anymore and search for an installed app that you are having trouble finding (if you have a gazillion ones already). If you have some that you don’t want to update for some reason, you can add them to a blacklist to stop pushing the updates. If you’re still not convinced that you need certain apps but you’d like to try them someday, you can put them on an observed apps list which you can also sync with your Google Play wish list.

If you don’t want ads popping up every once in a while and if you want to have themes for the app, you can get Changelog Droid’s premium version. But if you’re content with having ads and not having themes, you can download it for free from the Google Play Store.


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