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I don't understand why people like an app but give it the lowest rating because they want more

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  • 22
    Because they are entitled bastards. Also the company better make sure they hit diversity quota otherwise it can't be 5 stars.
  • 2
    @mzeffect where did you get diversity quota from?
  • 6
    People are content leeches...
  • 1
    @Brolls that seems to be the big thing now. Reminds me of the outrage after the recent SpaceX launch
  • 2
    Also such reviewers are the ones hell is meant for
  • 2
    @Brolls Kingdom Come Deliverance, Witcher 3, these are some examples I know of where the ridiculous complaint of lack of skin color diversity in a medieval setting has been made.
  • 1
    @Qwby oh yeah. On that sort of stuff I’m totally with you. I just didn’t see the connection with the original post.
  • 0
    @CallbackHell oooh, what SpaceX outrage?
  • 0
    This is an error in how the rating system presents itself.
  • 0
    @Brolls the lack of women in the main room during the launch as viewed through the Livestream.
  • 0
    @CallbackHell *sigh* it’s a flipping event that people come to.
  • 6
    I can't understand why people use the rating section as the support section. Like amazon has a Q&A portion but people still ask on the rating page and gets in the way on the average score
  • 7
    @thremedy because people will invariably do stupid things. Especially if they’re not tech savvy.
  • 4
    @thremedy
    GUIDE: How to send a feedback so that developers will treat you like a VIP
    1)
    give them 1 star as you post a request. This gives them immediate threat. They will fear thy have a low rating. So, they will solve your problems immediaty. Now, you are the vip
    2)
    Kindly tell them your follow-up action if they ignore your request. Example:
    "Please add feature...... or I will uninstall your app" Remember, curse word is also important.
  • 3
    Seems douchebag yet true
  • 0
    Lol people think they have a stake in the app cuz they hold you hostage with a bad rating
  • 3
    Whem I give a low rating. That's the last time I'd be using it. Maybe this should be included in "basic internet use" classes under computer ethics. When giving a rating. Give a fair suggestion not a question and make use of the darn customer support and patiently wait for a response and be sure to ask politely. A cup of tea might help perhaps :p
  • 4
    This is why I like Steam's review system. They either +1 or - 1 it and it shows the "number of hours played" next to your reading. Best way to ignore bogus reviews!
  • 5
    @floatright yeah steam has a much more reliable review system. You'd instantly know who's trolling unless they wasted their electricity not playing.
  • 0
    Good thing web apps don't have a play store xD
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