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Use MAS phased release feature #393

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iDjay opened this Issue Apr 4, 2019 · 11 comments

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iDjay commented Apr 4, 2019

Strange issue, but my AppStore shows that 1.1.14 is the latest version and I‘m still on 1.1.13. However, the update doesn’t appear on the „updates“ screen and I can‘t update it manually. Is it your fault or a problem with a AppStore?

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iDjay commented Apr 7, 2019

It‘s online

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aonez commented Apr 8, 2019

I still don't have it, which is funny. Most probably won't use this phased release feature on the next release.

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aonez commented Apr 8, 2019

This is a new feature for Mac (not for iOS), so probably will work better in a few weeks.

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aonez commented Apr 10, 2019

The phased release period ended today. Will keep looking when Apple improves it for macOS, right now I'm not using it no more.

@aonez aonez changed the title Can‘t get the 1.1.14 update Use MAS phased release feature Apr 10, 2019

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gingerbeardman commented Apr 10, 2019

Phased release only benefits Apple bandwidth. Such a poor user experience, even on iOS

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aonez commented Apr 10, 2019

They state it is so you can prevent a bug from spreading too much... And the functionality and idea make a lot of sense. But if power users, those that want the latest version posible, aren't unable to get the update this feature has no purpose.

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gingerbeardman commented Apr 10, 2019

On iOS I can pull to refresh the updates tab and see the updates that I'm due that were awaiting phased release.

Not sure if there's a way to do that on macOS (and I'm still on High Sierra)

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aonez commented Apr 10, 2019

Not sure if there's a way to do that on macOS (and I'm still on High Sierra)

At least on Mojave R refreshes the page, but this did not made a difference.

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aonez commented Apr 10, 2019

Quote from Apple:

All users can still install the update manually from the App Store at any time.

But as @iDjay noted, there was no Keka available in the updates section and browsing it in the store showed the updated version number but the button stated "Open" instead of "Update". @iDjay do you have automatic updates enabled?

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iDjay commented Apr 10, 2019

@aonez yes exactly as you mentioned.

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