I can't be the only one to find vague release notes grinding. It seems as soon as your company achieves market floatation you are exempt from writing precise release notes. It's endemic: Amazon: Facebook: Microsoft Word: Instagram: Messenger: And Spotify, Netflix, eBay... pretty much everything! Why is this acceptable? The worst part is some of these apps are so egomaniacal that they thrust an infomercial in your face on first launch listing the new features. They've time to make a little animated PowerPoint, but not to type a couple of lines of release notes... And who wants an infomercial? People launch the app to use it, not to watch a presentation. And today, I read on MacRumors this story, about Uber allowing you to change your pickup location. A useful feature! But their release notes? No mention of it at all. Wonderful - I have to learn about these new features from MacRumors stories now. So, why doesn't Apple reject these apps? Well, unbelievably, there are no app review guidelines (that I can see) relating to the content of release notes. Please Apple: add a guideline to require that release notes contain release notes. What is everyone else's take on the issue? It would be interesting to hear especially from developers who disagree with me.