You can choose to update your Android device's apps individually or allow them to be updated automatically.
Update apps individually
On your mobile device
Set up automatic updates on your mobile device
If you have a mobile data (3G/4G) plan, you can choose to automatically update apps over Wi-Fi only. Updating apps on Wi-Fi can help lower your mobile data usage on your device.
Automatically download purchases from the App Store, iBooks Store, or iTunes Store to your computers and iOS devices.
Content that's eligible for Automatic Downloads will download automatically to iOS devices and iTunes-authorized computers associated with your Apple ID after you turn on the feature.
If you're using Family Sharing, your family's content won't automatically download to your devices. Only content that you've purchased with your Apple ID will download automatically.
Requirements for Automatic Downloads
In order to turn on Automatic Downloads, you need:
Turn on Automatic Downloads
On your computer
Music, Movies, TV Shows, and Apps
In OS X Mavericks v10.9 or later and iTunes 11.1 or later, the Automatic Downloads preference for books is in the iBooks for Mac app. To turn on automatic downloads for books:
On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
You can turn Automatic Downloads on or off over your cellular network on an iPhone or iPad Wi-Fi + 3G. Go to Settings > Store and turn Cellular Data on or off. Cellular Data downloads are limited to a file size of 50 MB or smaller.
If your iOS device has an Internet connection and you enabled push notifications, the content should automatically download. On an associated device that doesn't support Push Notifications, the specified content should automatically appear in the download queue where you can manually start the download within iTunes.