How to disable app ratings on iPhone and iPad

When using applications, you probably came across pop-ups asking you to rate the application and

leave a review about it? This is annoying, huh?

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You probably already closed dozens, if not hundreds of such windows. They only interfere with the use of applications. How many times have you rated the app due to such a request? Perhaps not a single one.

Fortunately, it is possible to disable these windows asking you to rate the application. Below we will tell you how to do it.

How to disable app ratings on iPhone and iPad

The feature first appeared in the beta version of iOS 10.3, but never made it to the final version. However, later Apple decided to add it to iOS 11. In the new versions of iOS and iPadOS, it also exists.

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  1. To get started, open the application Settings on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Scroll down and select a section iTunes Store and App Store.
  3. Uncheck the box next to Ratings and reviews. By default, it will be enabled.

As you can see, everything is very simple and fast. Now you will not see pop-ups asking you to rate the application.

It is worth noting that disabling the function will not removeabsolutely all pop-ups from applications. In addition, it is valid only in recently updated applications. In older applications, windows may still appear.

Initially, Apple allowed the display of such windows.in applications back in iOS 10.3 a few years ago. With their help, it was possible to evaluate applications faster than through the App Store. However, application developers used the function incorrectly and began to display windows constantly. It was so inconvenient that Apple updated its policy just a year later.

Now Apple recommends not displaying windows withestimates too often. In addition, developers are advised to give users time to study the application before they see a rating request. Thus, users will often put real ratings and leave real images.