How do I fix slow downloads on Google Play?

Why is Google Play so slow to download?

The problem persists even if you disable Wi-Fi–the most common reason why is a combination of two issues: DNS and Google Play cache. Sometimes you can clear your cache and disable Wi-Fi, and the problem instantly goes away.

Why are my apps taking so long to download on Google Play?

Check your connection

If you are using Wi-Fi, open a website on your PC or test your Internet speed. If Internet speeds are good, but the download is slow, restart both your modem and device. Also, make sure you’ve enabled data downloads: In Google Play Store, click menu button (three lines) in upper left corner.

How do I make my Google Play download speed faster?

Tap on your profile photo in the top-right corner and select Settings. 3. From the Settings page that opens, ensure that the toggle for the App install optimization feature is turned on. If you want to disable this feature, you can toggle it off from here.

Why are my downloads so slow on Android?

Your Device Is Overburdened or Out of Date

Having many background apps running, syncing with other devices and downloading updates all at the same time — or using outdated or poor-quality apps — can impact your device’s performance.

How can I speed up my apps downloading?

If you want to see the free and paid apps you’ve downloaded from Google Play Store, tap Library. You can tap the X to the right of the Install button and remove the app permanently from your account, or tap Install to reinstall it on your device.