It used to drive me nuts. I also hate the email badge. I always open them to get rid of the badge. I show seven because my kids just emailed me good nights and I returned five redbox movies.Lol, that would drive me nuts! It's bad enough that iTunes always shows that I have five apps with updates available but when I click on the button to update it tells me there are none available.
Me, too. I've had a couple of updates over the years that I regretted doing, but that was easy to fix. You just delete it on your phone and sync. The old version will be synced on when you do this. If you've already synced and have the new version on your computer, you just delete the app on your phone, grab the .ipa out of the trash can and drag it into iTunes and then sync. I'm not going to miss out on all of the helpful updates when there is a solution for the rare occasion that one sucks.Lol, that would drive me nuts! It's bad enough that iTunes always shows that I have five apps with updates available but when I click on the button to update it tells me there are none available.
Never thought about it. I also only sync once every month. If that. I don't have anything on my phone i would die without if I lost it.Heh. I taught him that trick.
So why not update then? The preventative maintenance involved is not emptying your trash until you've tested the apps. I'd rather have garbage in the trash and old versions of most of my apps.
I don't use the cloud. Just have never been one to sync often.Yeah, you can get away without syncing at all since 5.0 and iCloud.
The first method I mentioned would work perfectly for you then.
I used to be that way. Am that way with every thing. I had a run of bad updates that changed things that I liked. Or added thing I didn't like. So I stopped updating. Plus I have only not been updating since Xmas.Well, we couldn't be more different there. I update the moment I notice them.