Developers, in general, are often rather sloppy with regard to the version number that accompanies their app. A 'GetInfo' command issued against a given app used to be something one could rely on. No more, not in OS X. I do not know why so many developers have, in general, gotten careless with what is one of the single most important and basic things from the end-user standpoint: "Which version is this software, exactly?" Many developers simply do not adhere to a standard of making sure that their software's version number is determinable via a 'GetInfo' command. I see it every day. It's certainly frustrating.
In this instance, the developer states (he submitted the app to us via our email submission procedure) that the version is 7.4 but the download itself appears on the desktop as "Titanium7.3.sit", it unstuffs and produces a folder labelled 'Titanium7.3 Folder', the ReadMe in the folder states that it is version 7.3... what is a user to think? Naturally there is confusion on the user's part.
Then someone will post in the reviews: "Hey MacUpdate, what is up with that!?". And then we get to try and figure out whether the developer made a mistake in the submission or is it a typo, or what. We then have stop what we _were_ doing and go back to check the application's page here at MacUpdate and the developer's website to double- or triple-confirm what may or may not be the correct info. A 'GetInfo' command is no longer a reliable proof of exactly which version a given software really is. To add more aggravation, some developers do not even have a website where we might go to double-check the pertinent info of an app.
More fun every day!