You can disable those "Rate our app!" pop-up notifications in iOS 11, here's how

Aside from all the major features that hit iPhones and iPad after the wake of iOS 11, a bunch of incremental features and new functionalities have debuted on Apple's OS, but have sadly flown under the radar.

One of these allows you to get rid of those useful to app developers, but quite possibly very pesky to regular users "Rate our app!" pop-up notifications and all of their differently-worded variations. Usually, such pop-ups defeat their intended purpose and instead of positive feedback could easily steer users in the other direction and worsen their experience with the specific app or game.

While this fix won't work with all apps and games out there due to the fact that the official app rating API has to be implemented by the app. By the way, the use of custom app review prompts in an app's interface has been officially disallowed by Apple a few months ago, requiring all developers use the official solution now.

So, here's how you can disable said prompts if you wish so.

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