- Apps won't require users to sign-in to their Google accounts to update.
- Google sent notification to app developers asking them to make changes to their apps.
- The feature is in testing presently and might soon become a permanent change.
Google is changing the way the Google Play Store distributes app updates to devices in the future. The company reportedly notified certain app developers about the change. The change entails pre-installed apps can be updated even if you haven’t signed in to a Google account.