Google begins allowing all developers to respond to user comments and reviews on Google Play

Google begins allowing all developers to respond to user comments and reviews on Google Play
Google is continuing to encourage the connection between developers and users and now the company behind Android has allowed developers to respond to user reviews on Google Play.

“The feature originally rolled out to top developers, and we’re gradually expanding it to additional Google Play developers,” a Google spokesperson said.

The feature first launched for top developers in June 2012, and now all developers are getting the privilege to reply to users’ comments.

Google has not officially unveiled this new functionality yet, but has instead quietly allowed devs to get in touch with users. For developers this is a chance to improve on an initially bad rating of apps, and thus polish the image of their applications. And it’s a big one as a lot of people take decisions on apps based on their user rating.

source: Droid-life, The Next Web



1. KazEmpire

Posts: 39; Member since: Nov 07, 2011

Apple: i have to sue Google i had this in my mind.

2. noim1

Posts: 297; Member since: May 15, 2012

Its Comes at last ....this is good now we can interact with the Developers ...

3. naptown2

Posts: 70; Member since: Dec 29, 2012

and the finger pointing begains

4. IHatePhones

Posts: 99; Member since: Aug 12, 2009

How about letting us post reviews without a Google+ account... I don't have, or want a Google+ account. I'd like that back AND allowing devs to comment. Thx.

5. 1ceTr0n

Posts: 549; Member since: May 20, 2012

Good to hear, cause swift key 3 isn't working for s**t for us note 2 users, it keeps forgetting our default settings and goes back to Samsung keyboard at random times

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