Apple Enforcing Stricter Rules On ‘What’s New In This Version’ Section Of The App Store


Apple has informed developers this week that it is tightening the "What's New in This Version" section of the App Store with strict rules. The section is devoted to developers to mention all the changes which they have made in the new updated version of their respected apps. Developers will be able to edit the "What's New" text when they will submit the new version of their app. So let's dive in to see some more details on Apple's plans to strict rules for the "What's New" section of the App Store.

Apple Tightening Rules For Developers On "What's New" Changelog Section of The App Store

As we have mentioned earlier, developers will have the option available to edit the "What's New" text in the App Store before submitting the latest version of their respective app. With that said, if there are any changes to the text, it will now be a subject to the App Store review process by Apple. Lastly, the changes will be implemented starting April.

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Apart from the edited text, a requirement will be extended to editing the URL of the app as well or the marketing URL as per the company's announcement post shared in iTunes Connect. So what could have been the reason for Apple to implement the change? Probably Apple wanted to have more control over what developers are sharing on App Store.

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What information is passing through the App Store without its approval. Henceforth, Apple will automatically be notified of the information when it is passed through the approval process. It could potentially have resulted due to developers taking advantage of the flexibility that App provides. There will be more to the story, so be sure to stay tuned in for more details.

This is all for now, folks. What are your thoughts on Apple tightening the rules for developers on the "What's New" changelog section of the App Store? Do you think this will improve the overall security of the platform? Share your views with us in the comments section below.

News Source: MacRumors