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Ban app release notes that only mention bug fixes and 'improvements'

Ban app release notes that only mention bug fixes and 'improvements'

TheIPhoneBlog
Ban it, and enforce it. I love apps. I think I've made that pretty clear over the years both on iMore and elsewhere. I love apps of all shapes and sizes, but there's one thing I can't stand. It's something that I'm far from the first person to complain about, too. And it's something Apple needs to get tough on. Bug fixes and performance improvements. Call me old-fashioned, but I remember when an app's release notes included useful information about what the update had to offer. Those notes told us of new features and, if there were bugs that were squashed, it told us what they were as well. I enjoy reading release notes because it means there's something new to look forward to. Something new about an app that I already use. Unfortunately, some developers seem to think that release notes are nothing more than another box to tick when working their way through App Store Connect. Bug fixes and performance improvements. Now, don't get me wrong. I enjoy a bug fix and an impr...