Back in July, XDA Developers discovered some new snippets of code that alluded to a new in-app review feature for the Play Store. The code suggested that it would make it possible for users to leave a review for an app without having to load up the Play Store to do so. Now, Dylan Roussel over at 9to5Google has discovered an internal demo that shows off exactly how this process will work. In a series of screenshots, we get our first look at just how you’ll be able to submit a review in the future without leaving the app. It will, undoubtedly, start with one of those pestering pop-ups that most apps seem to have these days, asking if you like the app and for you to review it. However, this new process will make it a lot less irritating by not requiring you to hop out of the app and into the Play Store to leave the review. The screens from the demo show off how Google will use a bottom overlay in order to allow you to stay in the app while composing your review. It includes a section to give it a star rating, a section to… Read full this story
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