“Reviewing the Review” on Apple’s App Store
Do you ever need to edit or debug websites from bus, train, hotel, restaurant or restroom? This Apple App may be your ONLY realistic option!! (Beyond the scope of WordPress.)
Excellent, one of a kind, but nags immediately for reviews… will increase the stars after I’ve fully explored its features. Took a bit of experimentation to figure how to point to source and target – haven’t determined whether a few errors were just connectivity over spotty Wi-Fi. I suspect the environment not the program itself.
I’ve used Equal or Better programs on an iPad that were removed from Apple’s App Store. I have found no alternative so far.
Such talent to manage FTP, yet the creator is one of hundreds who immediately rub new users’ faces into popups nagging to be reviewed long before they’ve had Time to review its features.
Why not have the pop-up happen after a maximum of (a) so many visits for (b) so many minutes? Or when X number of features have been touched? Or why not delay begging for a review if user’s actions suggest they’re stuck – or even offer help based on redundant actions or lack of action?
Could it be that an ‘easy-to-program pop-up’ has a negative impact that could be redeemed by adding logic to build a good review after the user is using it successfully?
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