Reviews and ratings have a huge influence in any app download decision. People usually trust other users to make their choice among the humongous number of apps on the App Store. Generally, no one would download an app with no reviews at all – or worst – more bad reviews than good ones. It is absolutely indispensable to encourage your users to review your app. In this blog post we will go through 5 online services …
Summary How is your app perceived by users?
View your average rating , your total number of ratings for your current app version and for all versions.
Get a breakdown of your reviews by number of stars.
Last 30 days ratings View your app Reviews & Ratings history.
On the same graph, check the daily amount of positive and negative reviews for any app.
See if your users have liked your new app release and if it had a positive impact.
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Read your reviews Read what your users think of your app.
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Discover what your users say about your app and learn how to improve.
Spy on your competitors reviews to get more insights and identify new opportunities.
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This guest post comes from another content collaboration with Leanplum, mobile marketing platform. If you’re struggling to get more app users, this article is for you. Learn how to boost your app downloads effectively for free with these 5 tactics. Read the entire post on Leanplum’s blog. If you’re reading this post, it probably means that you are about to launch a new mobile app — maybe your first one? It could also mean that …
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