Google is taking a completely new approach to the way the app rating system functions on the Google Play Store. The business announced at its I/O 2019 developer conference it might be making modifications to Perform Store average app evaluations to reflect an app’s current alterations. And unlike Apple, that made a change a couple of decades back by enabling developers to determine whether their app evaluations will reset with the newest upgrade, Google, on the other hand, will start to weight app evaluations to favor people from current releases.
Milena Nikolic, an Engineering Director top Google Play Console, comprehensive the modifications on Day two of I/O 2019, She said, “You told us you wanted a rating based on what your app is today, not what it was years ago, and we agree.”
According to the present Google Play, evaluation system indicates a life cumulative worth of an app’s ratings. That’ll change later this year, she explained, and much more emphasis will be given to the ratings in the latest reviews by the consumers.
The upgrade to the Google Play ratings app guarantees that users will have the ability to better view the present condition of an app, which in other words signifies changes and fixes which were made to an app to provide a much better experience over the years will then be taken into consideration, as a result of evaluations of current variants by consumers. A drawback to the scenario could be if an app that was very large quality, and it has failed to send upgrades and bug fixes lately will have its evaluations indicate its present condition.
Last, end users will not be visiting the fluctuations in the Google Play rating app until August. However, the developer, on the other hand, can try out their new evaluation system by logging into their Play Store Console.\