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  1. #1
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    Reviews on the Apple App Store

    Apple will regulate how many times mobile app developers can ask for a review after the user has opened/closed it. I have an iPhone and I think the review requests are not that disturbing, but if Apple has decided this, it is because they actually are. So an advise for all the mobile app development companies here: do not ask for a review every single time the user opens your app.

    https://www.cnet.com/how-to/review-p...apps-ios-10-3/

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    Reviews on the Apple App Store

    That's a tricky matter. From one side, people don't like to feel like they are forced to do something, so they won't rate an app, that is imposing to them. But from the other hand, they are depending on app store rates. We will see in the future, if the Apple decision was the right one.

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    Reviews on the Apple App Store

    Yes it sometimes irritates the users but on the other hand helps the developers to improve the apps through knowing what exactly the user wants.

    With Apple’s solution, apps are allowed to bug you for reviews only three times per year, you can leave a rating from the prompt without leaving the app, and once you leave a rating, that app can never bother you for a review again.

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    Reviews on the Apple App Store

    Was not even aware of this feature. Thanks for sharing.

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    Reviews on the Apple App Store

    This is True, a lot of clients deliberately has asked us to have review pop ups, and we have advised them to have a limit number of pop ups, that too when a user have successfully completed the App flow, this ensures the user have had a chance to go through the complete App and now is ready to share a genuine feedback which would help the developer and organization to have the best of best Application.

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