AppRaisin for Windows Phone received an update that brought article editing and more improvements. The changelog in Store is not updated (at time of writing).
The message posted on AppRaisin:
We see your passion in sharing the news right away when it gets an update. But usually, it’s not clear what has been changed at that moment. “What’s new” section in the Store gets visible just in a day after binaries get published. So now after more details become available you will be able to update your article and reflect more details about it.
With article edits, now you’ll be able to edit your comments and replies. So no more Typos most of them.
Full Change Log for AppRaisin v1.10.1
• New features
* Edit your own news article headline and description. You can do it by pressing “pencil” icon or double-clicking your headline or description
* Displays when news was edited last time in news details form
* Edit your own comments and replies. You can do it by selecting “Edit comment” from more menu or double-clicking your own comment.
* Now it will be easier to share your favorite news with your friends after publishing or raising it.
* Request a feature button integrated in “App Info” form as well
* Refactored error messages in a main view lists.
• Bug Fixes
* Validation error was staying even when you started updating it in Create account form
* Users were getting success notification about pinned tile even if users have canceled it in OS dialog
* Fixed issues with Profile picture update. Error messages was not displayed correctly
* Fixed issues with switching-off push notifications
* Other small fixes and optimizations
They also posted for the future updates!
A quick glimpse into a future: Currently we are working on the possibility to select your favorite apps. Later filter news by them and get notifications when somebody posts a news.
Next, we are looking into AppStretch for your feature suggestions. Unfortunately “Support for landscape mode” is pretty complex to implement with our current UI architecture. We will include this idea into our future UI redesigns. And then comes “search for apps”. For this, we have launched a campaign where you can support a development of this new feature with your pledges on Twitter. Please find a link in comments.
And don’t forget to vote for other features you would like to see on AppRaisin in near future.