Nothing’s worse for your app experience than endless demands for ratings — but, thankfully, those days might finally be over. If you really hate those pop-ups, you’ll be able to make it so that you never have to see one again.
Since before we started playing Candy Crush, app review prompts have been a Wild West of sorts with no set rules for developers to follow. They could hit us up for ratings as often as they pleased — which can be frustrating for users after the fifth pop-up in as many days.
Apple started to clamp down on the persistent review prompts earlier this year with a new ratings API for developers, introduced along with the iOS 10.3 beta. The new tool was part of an overhaul of the review policy, which also gave developers the ability to respond to user comments directly — but it wasn’t mandatory. Read more…
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