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App Reviews Package

Published by: http://app-reviews.org/

No doubt that each user review of an application you've recently launched
is significant. Admitting this fact is not enough, and the value of such
reviews mustn't be underestimated. Perhaps these reviews are even more
important than you think. Here are some things you should know, in order
to get the advantage out of the precious words left by your users. Today a
number of specialized app review websites can give a detailed opinion on
your product, describe its features and emphasize its strengths. But that's
not the reviews we'll talk about. The most important reviews are those in
application stores. Why? Because they are viewed by everyone who
becomes interested in learning more about your app before purchasing. Or
not purchasing. Reviews may leave a definitive decision. Do you want to
learn more? Visit promote app.

If your application is initially free, the best choice for a user is to download
the app and try it out for a personal opinion. If the app is paid, a user will
definitely think before buying, and read what's written about it. Here's the
reason why app rating and reviews are not less important than a good
description or an attractive app icon, name and screenshots. The page of
your application is a showcase, and the reviews can be a part of the first
impression of potential users. While some users might pay little attention
to reviews, we cannot ignore the fact that a huge majority will do exactly
vice versa.

The point is, that there are both positive and negative reviews - and both
matter. High rating (4 stars and up) is great for an initial impression.
Reviews have a more complicated situation. Perhaps we tend to pay much
more attention to negative reviews. Everything that's good about the
application, might be already in the description - the whole multitude of
features and benefits. A lot of positive reviews contain a message like ''cool
app!'', which can add little to the impression of a potential user. On the
contrary, users are interested, what drawbacks there are, they pay attention
to unbiased, detailed opinions of paid products. Then they decide whether
the app is worth it. app reviews has some nice tips on this.

What's extremely useful for you, is the would-love-to-see reviews, that
suggest the features users wish. That's one of the best ways of receiving
customer feedback. For example, there is a review for Google Drive, which
says, ''Would love to see:
search text within files,
presentation
editing,
easier sharing'', and so on.
Follow the wish of the
user, and you'll win
loyalty. As an example, the
recently
launched
Microsoft's Office Mobile
for iOS has been met with
much criticism and such
reviews
as
''very
disappointing'', ''minimal editing options, no ability to insert images or
create charts, no undo/redo''. If your app receives such reviews, it's another
piece feedback to respond and improve it. Another criticism was the
absence of iPad-optimized version of Office Mobile. Although it's even more
logical to create a tablet version of the Office first, Microsoft is likely to
ignore the requests. Not a good decision, really. Have a look at app store
optimization company for more info on this.

Remember that high rating is an absolute asset, and don't forget to ask your
users to rate the app, or, possibly, leave a review. Calls to action work - on
your websites, social network pages, and within the app itself. Asking for a
rating or a review is a delicate thing. Pop-ups are the most common
solution here. Perhaps you shouldn't send them right away. Let users enjoy
the software product - in a pleased mood of having found what they want,
they are quite likely to spend some moments and rate the app - or spare a
minute and write a brief review. Maybe for an extended review and for
sharing reviews, you might announce a reward or discount - that's good for
both sides, especially for you, pushing the product to the market.

Summary:
App-Reviews provides only professionals, who will write detailed
information and put emphasis on best sides of your application, so that
users will see, that your application is worth of their attention, time and
money.

Visit this site to learn more:
http://app-reviews.org/app-store-optimization/


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