May 31, 2020

Ready for release v4.6

Rajat Vaghani @cybersky

This feels more like a personal milestone for me. I'm not a very patient person. I don't create mockups, I code. I don't do much post development testing, I release.

This time, I've created a blog post in advance, I'm making sure I test everything and in the meanwhile I've launched an A/B test for new screenshots to see how they perform. By the time the results from that are out, I'll be ready to release the app.

It feels good to be more 'organised'. Also, I've got my fingers crossed about this update for Snap Search. Can't wait to share more with you guys! 🙂

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