Sarah Perez, writing for TechCrunch:
Earlier this year, Apple promised it would clean up its iOS App Store by removing outdated, abandoned apps, including those that no longer meet current guidelines or don’t function as intended. That great App Store purge now appears to be underway, according to new data from app intelligence firm Sensor Tower. The company found that app removals increased by 238 percent in October 2016, with mobile games seeing the most deletions.
It’s now far less likely that you’ll encounter broken apps when browsing the App Store. And that sounds great to me.