At the beginning of last January Google Play stopped showing notifications for updated apps. In all this time, the store was only limited to letting us know if there were new updates but not if the applications that had been updated.
Now almost a year later these notifications are back. The latest version of the Play Store (23.2.11) allows retrieve completed update notifications.
The new notification settings
Google Play has renewed its notification settings, adding two new options. If we access Settings> General> Notifications we see the new switches ‘Bill’ and ‘Updates completed’ to give us more control over the type of notifications we want to receive.
The new option ‘Bill’ is enabled by default, and allows turn off notifications about upcoming charges subscriptions or payment method problems.
The option ‘Updates completed’ It is the feature that Google suddenly removed at the beginning of this year and that until now it had not given us the option to recover. This notification will allow us to receive a notification when the applications finish updating.
In this way, if you have the automatic updates updated, you will be able to see in a notification a notice with all the applications that have been updated on that day. It is disabled by default, so we will have to activate it manually from the notification settings of the Play Store if we want to receive them.