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There’s a slight chance that the app you’re looking for is not on your smartphone. You might have hit the ‘Install’ button on the Google Play Store, but a network error or insufficient storage stopped the download. On the other hand, you might have uninstalled the app by mistake. Since we download dozens of apps, it’s only human to confuse one with another. In this case, open the Google Play Store on your Android smartphone and search for the app by entering its name. If the app card shows ‘Open’ or ‘Update,’ you have the app on your phone. However, if it reads ‘Install,’ you must download the app to use it (via Google).
While downloading the app, wait for a few seconds on the app’s information screen. If the Play Store shows an error related to your network connection or storage, you’ll need to fix those first. If the Play Store’s download preference is set to ‘Over Wi-Fi only,’ you won’t be able to download an app on mobile data.
- Tap on your profile picture on Play Store’s home screen and select Settings.
- Under ‘Network preferences,’ tap on ‘App download preference.’
- Select ‘Over any network.’
If you’re facing an insufficient storage error, you’ll have to delete some apps or files from your Android phone to download the required app.
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