Good news, developers: Google is finally giving you the opportunity to formally submit a description of changes to your app in its latest version. Many devs were doing this in the description field already, but were constrained by the character limit in place. This new option frees up some space in the description for ... well, further description, and is sure to please some application developers out there. No sign of the ability to respond to user comments, though, sorry.


Source: Android Market Help via DroidReign

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  • Jordan

    I'm not a developer, but I've been hoping for this for a long time. I hate when devs update their app and don't tell you what is changing... particularly when permission requests change.

  • http://alexdemo.site90.com Alexander Biemann

    AWESOME! I was extremely surprised that this didn't yet exist when I posted an update to my game recently.

  • http://robert.aitchison.org Robert Aitchison

    Great news, there are way too many apps that update frequently that don't even bother to tell you why you should bother to update, of course it will be up to the devs to populate this data.

  • peter williams

    great news about the dnla device,it sounds like it will be the final smart nail in the apple coffin....