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[off-topic]Play Store Ratings

Sometimes when i visit the playstore the ratings seem to be rigged. Sometimes apps with good ratings always end up having numerous comments about how bad they are. If the ratings are really being rigged how does one determine how to "not_waste_data" installing a scammy app?

6/9/2018 3:41:16 PM

᠌᠌Brains[Abidemi]

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Answering the rigged rating data... There are people that get paid to rate an app; and sometimes they are bots (you pay a person X currency and they will activate their bots). These were extremely evident in Youtube and soundcloud back in the day. People that are starting out will usually find these "pay X to get 50 5 stars" to boost up their app's visibility. There are also pay to get good comments but the comments arent too useful in getting an app known/visible. The best way to know is if the 5 star ratings dont have comments, and there is many of them PLUS, as you stated, true human bad comments. By adding your comments on an app, you can also help out others ;)

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In India-All thanks to Jio and Airtel Well, I will suggest that you should not believe on comments on play store

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I use 1.5gb a min/day I rate min 2 apps in a day

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🇳🇬Brains yes in India there is compit bw some companies so any 1 company do offer another company start giving more than that now it's even worse . sometimes no money but ull get unlimited data now India is second largest 4G SIM subscriber's but i am a hungry boy I am up to ready to use min 4-10GB A day in mobile and I am glad that my phone is capable of 13+mbps 😀😍

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Charan LEo25 I'm not sure if you understand what 4 - 10 GB a day means. You will have to spend at least: 15 hours a day occupying your internet connection, reading 1000+ emails with their attachments, streaming music from Spotify, SoundCloud and iTunes while using Skype and going on the run with Google Maps, streaming and downloading blu-ray videos, all done simultaneously, within a day. This is literally impossible with with a phone merely capable of 13+ Mbps. Either that, or you are constantly downloading enormous files which take up your entire bandwidth, but that shouldn't be the case. My data usage a month for mobile data and WiFi combined, is 5Gb. That's already above average usage, so you either run an entire lab of computers (which does not appear to be the case here), or maybe it's a hyperbolic statement.

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There is a new feature in Android Oreo called Instant apps. Using this feature you can get access to apps without downloading them. But sofar very few apps have made their instant version available.

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Hatsy Rei I posted huge answer it's deleted iu think sl bug I'll explain

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Hatsy Rei I think Using Wi-fi Will be good then data plan

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Charan LEo25 you use 1.5gb a day? wow!

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If you find a feasible way, I'm more than willing to share my connection, however both you and I know that there is no such thing as "bed-time anime stories".

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In India Jio brought a revolution towards free Internet... due to which Other companies reduced the cost of their data plans... jio jee bhar ke .....! great work by Ambani

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Hatsy Rei ill appreciate it if you share your WiFi right from Malaysia. ill reward you by texting you bed-time anime stories

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hi brains!

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