Google is changing the way it shows ratings and reviews on the Play Store in a bid to make them more personal and insightful. Instead of showing the aggregate rating of an app on the Play Store, Google will show localized ratings specific to your country and device type. The changes will be rolled out
Christian Cawley and Ben Stegner bring you a brand new Really Useful Podcast, returning for a new run of episodes. This time we take a look at some developments for Minecraft fans, Mark Zuckerberg’s new podcast, what apps you should install from Windows 10, and some thoughts on switching from consoles to Windows 10 for
If you regularly use Uber and want to carry on doing so you need to start behaving better. This is because Uber has announced it’s going to start banning riders who maintain a bad rating. Which would prevent you from using Uber the next time you need a ride. Uber Asks for Safety and Respect
Rotten Tomatoes has introduced Verified Ratings and Verified Reviews. This new feature tags ratings and reviews from people who Rotten Tomatoes can confirm have bought tickets to see the movie in question. Thereby locking out the bad actors. In March 2019, Rotten Tomatoes made some changes designed to stop people review-bombing movies. Review-bombing being a
Rotten Tomatoes is mainly known for its “Tomatometer” ratings for movies and TV shows, a percentage that shows how many approved critics gave a “positive review” of the title. For most of us, this is the only real reason why we visit the site at all. But there are several other features on Rotten Tomatoes
The Netflix app is notoriously tricky to navigate thanks to one of the most poorly designed search features ever. There’s no advanced search feature, no way to search by other users’ ratings, and no native way to browse the hundreds of categories (though you can use the secret Netflix codes when watching Netflix in a browser).