‘Recent Changes’ Provides Tiny Change Log for Android Apps

Developers with titles published in the Android Market now have the ability to provide customers with tiny change logs to their respective applications.  A new feature called “Recent Changes” lets developers call out anything specific found in an app update such as improved graphics, added options, and bug fixes.  This will be especially helpful for 2.2+ users to who keep their apps set to auto-update.  It’s easy to hop in the Android Market to see what the latest changes are should you not personally vet each update.

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