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Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Improving Your App Store Rating
Lets face it, 80% of the apps out there are garbage. They either don't solve a problem well, they were poorly built, or just don't work at all. These apps deserve bad public ratings and don't belong anywhere on the app store charts.
Then there's the other 20% that are backed by passionate designers and developers changing how we interact with technology. People like Mobile Orchard readers These apps deserve recognition.
Even great apps get negative feedback, and that's OK. Feedback is a great thing when we can learn and improve from it. What's broken is that when someone leaves a negative review in the app store, it scars your app for life, you can't respond to it, and you can't learn more about the problem in order to fix it quickly.