Track which versions of your iOS or Mac OS X app a user has previously installed.
Call this on each app launch inside
application:didFinishLaunching:withOptions: (iOS), or
-applicationDidFinishLaunching: (OS X)
Then call these whenever you want (in these examples the user has launched a bunch of previous versions, and this is the first time he's launched version 3.0):
[GBVersionTracking isFirstLaunchEver]; //Returns: NO [GBVersionTracking isFirstLaunchForVersion]; //Returns: YES [GBVersionTracking isFirstLaunchForBuild]; //Returns: YES [GBVersionTracking currentVersion]; //Returns: @"3.0" [GBVersionTracking previousVersion]; //Returns: @"2.1" [GBVersionTracking versionHistory]; //Returns: [@"1.0", @"2.0", @"2.1", @"3.0"] [GBVersionTracking currentBuild]; //Returns: @"3000" [GBVersionTracking previousBuild]; //Returns: @"2102" [GBVersionTracking buildHistory]; //Returns: [@"1000", @"2043", @"2107", @"3004"]
N.B.: The build and version numbers are whatever you define in your app's Info.plist
Don't forget to import header:
Use CocoaPods, add this to your project's Podfile and run
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