The problem is known: Apps on the iPhone regularly ask users for their opinion and request a rating in the App Store. These whining questions can get really annoying in the long run. They can be clicked away with “Later” per se, but after a short time the pop-up reappears and the fun starts all over again. How do you get rid of the tormentors forever and ever, is there no solution?
iPhone users relieved: ratings in apps are finally banned forever
there are we can also prohibit apps from asking for feedback of this kind. This then applies not only to individual apps, but in general. But where is the right setting hidden in the jungle of options on the iPhone? We have found the way, you have to take the following path: Settings > App Store > Ratings in apps. Below the slide switch, Apple then also explains the function and provides clarity:
“Help developers and other users by allowing apps to ask you for feedback right in the app.”
By default, the option is enabled but if you decide against it, you will be spared from annoying inquiries in apps from now on. App ratings can, of course, still be given where they belong, directly in the App Store. Of course, this only works for the apps that you have loaded.
More useful tips for iPhone users
This was by the way just one of five pesky iPhone presets that you can, or maybe should, turn off right away. We have collected four additional ones in another article on GIGA. For example, our readers can find out how to remove the annoying typing noises on the iPhone keyboard or how to automatically close countless open browser tabs in Safari.