Major app stores offer a plethora of apps across categories. While it is a convenient option to get everything in the one-stop-shop, constant alerts of asking for app reviews are anything but annoying that we can’t avoid. Also Read - WhatsApp may have finally found a remedy for this long-term Android iOS issue
Developers seek in-app reviews or feedback on apps to boost their ranking in the App Store. While reviews benefit the developers, they can be overwhelming on the users’ end. Moreover, some apps make it difficult to shut out if you don’t give the rating right away. If you are looking for ways to keep these frequent pop-ups away or get rid of them once and for all, there is an easy solution for that. Here’s how you can turn off in-app review requests on Apple devices. Also Read - Your next gaming laptop, PC will be more expensive to buy: Here's why
How to turn off in-app review pop-ups on iPhone, iPad
Step 1: Open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad. Also Read - iPhone SE+ or iPhone SE 3? Here’s what we know about the next affordable iPhone
Step 2: Scroll down and navigate, search for App Store.
Step 3: Swipe down and turn off the toggle button next to “In-App Ratings & Reviews.”
How to turn off in-app review requests on Mac
If you want to keep the requests off permanently on your Mac here’s what you need to do.
Step 1: Open the App Store app on your Mac.
Step 2: Next up, click App Store in the top left corner, and then select Preferences.
Step 3: Then untick the box next to In-App Ratings and Reviews.
That’s it, you won’t receive any alerts seeking in-app reviews when you open any app or get pop-ups when downloading a new app on your Apple device.