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Is there a full changelog somewhere for the changes made to the Android StackExchange app?

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Well, there is the fixed bugs list and completed feature requests. :) – Shadow Wizard Aug 5 '13 at 14:35
Is there a post about this SE app? Seen it mentioned a good few times now, but can only see something on Play that looks independent, using the read-only API, not associated with SE itself. What the what? – Grant Thomas Aug 5 '13 at 14:57
@GrantThomas See here:… – Adam Aug 5 '13 at 14:58
@AnnaLear Reading that now - just from what I see on Play I don't see anything that looks legit. Okay, need to sign up... doing. ...done! Joy! Thank you. – Grant Thomas Aug 5 '13 at 14:59
Since signing up, I still haven't received a linky... :( – Grant Thomas Aug 16 '13 at 9:35
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No. We try to put the major changes into the Play Store's newest changes field when we upload a new version, and as Sha Wiz Dow Ard says, there's the list of the Meta questions. But beyond that, maintaining a detailed changelog (especially in these early stages where so much is in flux) just isn't worth the work.

If someone has a concrete question – "X works for me but not for my friend, was that fixed between 0.1.27 and 0.1.31?" –, feel free to ask (just drop into the Tavern, I'm usually there for most of the UTC day). But a full version-by-version breakdown of all changes is too much hassle.

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