Automagically (1)

adverb; blending
Happening automatically like a magic for which the observer has no clear understanding of the mechanism of the action such that it appear almost magical. The fact that ‘-matic-’ and ‘magic’ rhyme is utilized to create this neologism. The word contains a sort of redundancy since magic involves an implicit meaning of being automatic, but the redundancy is effective in its purpose of putting emphasis.
“Apple starts refunding bumper purchases automagically.”
Etymology : a blended form of automatically and magically. Greek. auto ‘self, one’s own’ + magic ‘art of influencing events and producing marvels’ + al ‘adjective-forming’ + ly ‘adverb-forming.’
Source : AOL Online News 7/22/10
Last modified: 8 December 2010