“Apple, if you recall, acquired Chomp in February 2012 for $50 million, kickstarting a long-term revamp of how users search for and discover apps in the iOS App Store and elsewhere in the Apple ecosystem (which is ever in progress),” Lunden reports. “After joining Apple, Edwards has been part of some of the projects most central to Apple’s mobile effort on the software front.”
“Just before Apple discontinued Chomp altogether, she became the Director, Evaluation and Quality, Apple Maps,” Lunden reports. “She joined that role at a pretty thankless time, if you recall the chaos of Apple Maps-gate. “
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