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I like to rate apps and give my personal opinion about them. That's why; if I find any good app, I don't fail to rate it or provide my opinion about the same. However, the random popups do tend to annoy me; especially when I'm in no mood to indulge with them. Fortunately, there is a way to disable in-app ratings & reviews in iOS 11 on iPhone.

To be honest, I had been badly waiting for this feature to arrive for long. It had shown up in one of the iOS 10 betas but later disappeared. Hopefully, it will stay now forever. Want to know how it works? Let me walk you through this easy process!

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How to Turn off In-App Ratings & Reviews in iOS 11 on iPhone and iPad

How to Turn off In-App Ratings & Reviews in iOS 11 on iPhone and iPad

Step #1. Launch Settings app on your iOS device.

Open Settings on iPhone in iOS 11

Step #2. Next, you need to scroll down and Tap on iTunes & App Store.

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Tap on iTunes & App Store in iOS 11 Settings on iPhone

Step #3. Next up, you have to turn off the switch next to In-App Ratings & Reviews.

Disable In-App Ratings & Reviews in iOS 11 on iPhone

From now onwards, you won't get the popup to rate any apps or write a brief review about them.

If you ever want to allow developers to ask you for ratings or reviews, simply follow these same steps and turn on the switch in the end.

Wrapping up

iOS 11 has come with a gazillion of all new features. Among those precious add-ons, the ones that have caught my eyes are redesigned Control Center and App Store.

That apart, you can now fully customize iOS 11 Control Center, record your iPhone screen, enable dark mode and even Do Not Disturb while Driving.

Have you got the time to explore iOS 11? If yes, what's your take on it?

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