Ever been prompted by your Android device to update an app or widget, only to search through and find absolutely zero information as to why it’s being updated? Well, it looks like Google is on the path to fix that, as they ave now set aside a section of the app information pages in the Market for changelogs. For those who are unfamiliar with changelogs, they are basically just quick snippets of text that let you know what’s new in the latest version of whatever it that you’re downloading.
The “recent changes” option is now a new text box for Android developers, so they don’t have to remember to put it into the text when uploading a new version of their app.
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