Google is Ready to Kick Out The Low Rating Android Apps
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Improve Rating or Be Ready to Kicked Out - Google to 1-star Apps

Company gave guidlines to improve the ratings

google published date 23rd May, 2017 Joshua Anderson

Improve App Rating

The mobile application is taking over the world and changing it into a digitally driven system. Thousands of mobile applications are adding to the app world every week. On the basis of the experience, users rate the app in the app store to let others know how the app reacts to the users. Goole in its I/O event of 2017 discusses the apps have 1- star rating in the Play store.

As of Now more than 2.2 millions of mobile application available in Android Play store. Every mobile app is competing to make its way out to the top of the list in play store. Google’s I/O event of this year has given many surprises including Instant apps and Google assistance for iOS but it also revealed Google intention for the law rated apps.

In the event, Play store team clearly said that Google is not going tolerate the l1-rated apps and will help them to get better.There are many apps in Google play store that due to improper service and unpleasing user experience have 1 rating. Google is planning to remove the 1-star  app list from the store by guiding them to enhance their performance.

Google wants to improve the play store service and Android apps and will not hold back from calling out bad apps.

Google mentioned that 50% of the 1-star apps are rammed due to their unstable performance.

Google is Choosing the app considering the following factors

  • Apps freezing or stopped working for more than 5 seconds
  • Crashing again and again
  • Also, includes Lag time which depends upon
  • App using the radio or CPU unnecessarily
  • Waking up the mobile more than 10 times in an hour when it's in an idle position.

Google clearly mentioned its plans and attitude towards the less rated apps. The company will take every step and help the app makers to an extreme extent to understand their flaws and work on it. A metrics dashboard from Google will also help the developers to know when it's time to push a new update and understand the reason behind why users abandoning their app.

Joshua Anderson

Joshua Anderson

Joshua is a writer at MobileAppDaily and also works as a reporter for the team to keep our readers up to date. He is breaking the mobile app technology news for MobileAppDialy since 2016 and has more than 4 years of experience as a tech blogger.

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