Why the "Recently Updated" ???

305rob305

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After I update apps on the market they fall into a Recently Updated list. Is this something new? How can I erase this?
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Yeah, I guess Google decided we needed to know which apps we recently updated. Perhaps for all of those folks that have the Play Store set to automatically update.

Too bad they haven't bothered to include something useful, like the ability to sort the ALL tab alphabetically...

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I didn't even notice that was on there, I think it's a good feature, i like it

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This was added simultaneously with the removal of individual notifications for updated apps. So now you get one notification that app updates have occurred and when selected the notification brings you to the new recently updated list. Personally, I like the change.

I'll agree with the other post that it would be nice (practically essential at times) to be able to sort the All tab alphabetically.

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I like to update and then read what the updates were. The whole idea is stupid and badly executed, what we really want is for sort actions (and a default sort option) on the "INSTALLED" and "ALL" lists. So alphabetic and installed time would be two ways, bonus points for "first installed time". Even better would be if the lists were able to be filtered by text you type and/or you could search within your own apps.
 

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Too bad they haven't bothered to include something useful, like the ability to sort the ALL tab alphabetically...

And while they're at it how about an option to suspend updates for a specific app? I'm now up to 5 apps with updates that break something I need/like. I've restored each back to a previous version but I can't do "update all" because of them. I've even tried Market Fixer to remove the market link (rooted) but they come back at the next reboot. If they could just add a press and hold option to skip future updates for the app...