Nothing is more irritating than having a pop-up message request that you rate and survey the app each time you play your favorite game or utilize one of your go-to titles. No, nobody needs to leave a positive review for Snapchat—we all have it and love it.
However, now iOS users will at long last have the ability to say farewell to those irritating requests with iOS 10.3. Apple launched the second beta for iOS 10.0 to developers that brings with it a few changes to the App Store with regards to application reviews.
No longer will the developers have the capacity to request that users leave a review numerous times. With iOS 10.3, there is a limit to the quantity of times that message will be given. Yet, far better than that is iOS 10.3 beta 2 is said to include an approach to stop the application review demands from showing up at all.
The application update incorporates an “master switch” that permits users to turn off all application survey requests. The switch will possibly be accessed in the App Store Settings. While numerous clients will be satisfied with this new component, on the other side, Apple is additionally making it simpler for users who really want to leave a review do as such.
With iOS 10.3, users can leave a review straightforwardly in-application. This implies if a user truly loves a particular title, they won’t be diverted and have to leave the application to do so. When perusing reviews, users can label if it was “Helpful” or “Not Helpful.” This will help make just the most relevant reviews come up first so users don’t need to experience numerous unrelated tirades when they simply want to know whether they ought to download a specific game or not.
Developers won’t not be excited that they can’t ask for those reviews, yet iOS 10.3 carries with it the capacity for them to respond to reviews. This implies they can get in on some customer service activity, and talk straightforwardly to their supporters to give them upgrades, reveal to them they are considering their recommendations, and so on.
Other new components that are a part of iOS 10.3 incorporate an upgrade to the Find My iPhone application to incorporate a Find My AirPods component, another 3D Touch forecast for weather in Maps, enhancements to iCloud storage utilization, and the new Apple Fire System for better encryption.