How Apple boosts ratings for its apps
When Apple allowed its native apps to be rated in the App Store, users immediately started writing about a large number of issues related to Apple Music, Podcasts, translators, and more. It’s hard to disagree with them, some mistakes sometimes make the software so useless that you want to download Yandex.Music and forget about the existence of any other options. Initially, the ratings were very low and did not exceed three stars, but after a couple of months, everything has changed dramatically. Do you think it’s a matter of a loyal audience that came a little later than the pioneers? Not at all. It’s just that Cupertino decided to cheat a little. This can be seen in the example of Podcasts, where more and more reviews began to appear not on the application from Apple, but on individual content authors.