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ABReleaseNotesViewController is an easy-to-use, reasonably attractive way to display your application's release notes in-app. This project was inspired by https://github.com/iGriever/TWSReleaseNotesView. I've used TWSReleaseNotesView in the past, and it was great, but it hasn't been updated in a few years.
Checks if there is a newer version of your app in the AppStore and alerts the user to update the app. - One line of code - Milliseconds response - Thread-safe - Shows version number in alert - Opens app in AppStore from alert - Choose not to update now or force user to update - Localization supported - Delegate methods **Please Note**: The AppStore won't open as it's unavailable on the iPhone Simulator.
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.
Check for updates for your application in the Appstore. Use iTunes Search API. Check is performed asynchronously to run parallel to the main tasks of the application. Via delegate returns information about the application. This module implements methods to get ready version, average rating, and the number of ratings.