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Johann Dowa

A Dead Simple Open Source iOS Library For Prompting Users To Rate Your App

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I’ve mentioned the Appirater library which provides a wide number of options for prompting users to rate your app.

Here’s a library submitted by Ricardo Funk that allows you to easily set up a rate me prompt that shows up after a specific number of days called RFRateMe.

You simply need to include the library within the app, and use:

[RFRateMe showRateAlertAfterTimesOpened:3];

And that will bring up the rating prompt the third time the user opens the app. You can also define some variables to configure how many days between the prompt showing up, and you can bring up the prompt by calling it directly.

This image from the read me shows the rating prompt:

RFRateMe

You can find RFRateMe on Github here.

A nice easy way to add a ratings prompt into your apps.

Thanks to Ricardo for the submission.


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