I would appreciate a changelog this is absolutely common practice and very important for customer. Nevertheless, calling spotify developers lazy is not fair! This is a management decision and a delicate one: Someone has to decide which information in which granularity a company wants to share with its customers!
They have such a huge "Ideas" section but they don't implement a lot of good ideas. I'm sure the developers know what features they are adding and removing because they aren't thinking up the stuff as they go along. I'm sure they follow a To-do list so a simple list of changes wouldn't even require any effort but they spend more time developing security measures instead of features so they wouldn't want any "pirates" to know about those changes. Security is probably their biggest hurdle or barrier to new features.
I noticed the option to choose your desired "Download quality" has disappeared in the Windows Desktop app recently and now I'm wondering if it's an actual change in the the way the app works or maybe I'm just doing something wrong. Why would they remove that good feature!? Are people ripping high quality music, now Spotify devs have made only normal quality music available for download (and ripping)? If this is the case then I'm moving to a different music provider for 320kbps offline music.
Does anyone know if the "Streaming quality" option is the same as the "Download quality" option and they just merged those settings?