TWSReleaseNotesView for iOS

Among other crazy features, iOS 7 enables users to have automatic updates for their apps, wiping away the infamous App Store badge. This is really convenient both for users and developers, but it comes with a couple of downsides:

  • users are not aware about the changes introduced in the latest update, unless they explicitly open the App Store page to check the release notes;
  • developers who spend their time working on well-written release notes lose their chance to inform and communicate with their users.

TWSReleaseNotesView is a simple way to address those issues. It comes with a straightforward API which enables developers to show in-app release notes with a fully customizable popup view, either setting the release notes list manually or loading them directly from your app's App Store page.

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