Apple reportedly bans Pepe the Frog game from App Store

Apple reportedly bans Pepe the Frog game from App Store

Apple reportedly bans Pepe the Frog game from App Store

In the meantime, users interested in getting a sneak peak at Apple's forthcoming mobile OS can download the first beta over here presuming that they have an existing Apple developers account. It may even make people more interested in leaving a review, because it can be done without exiting the app and because it means they'll be done with the prompt for good.

Apple is putting a stop to app developers from endlessly spamming their users with review requests.

Much of the credit should go to developers themselves, according to Schiller.

The new App Review guidelines compel developers to use the official in-app rating UI that was added in iOS 10.3, and plans to "disallow custom review prompts" in the future.

Each app will only be allowed to prompt you three times a year in this way as well.

Interestingly, it's also possible for users to turn off app review prompts entirely. While some apps already featured such an option, some high-profile apps like Uber only gave users two choices: to always allow location access or to never allow location access. If a developer releases a new version of their app, they can not solicit users for a new rating unless it has been at least a year since the user gave a review. Previously, when a new app version of an iOS app was released, the ratings would be reset to zero since the current App Store only aggerates reviews of the current versions of the software. Going forward iOS 11-capable iPhones and iPads will be able to effectively leverage the NFC capabilities.

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