Armchair is no longer supported on iOS 7 due to the lack of support for frameworks. The separate test suite would need to import all the Swift files and the tests would need to be duplicated and re-written.
That can be implicitly understood from the Apple docs: For example, your app might display the store to allow the user to purchase another app.
As long as this restriction exists, the only workaround is deep linking to the App Store app, e. The only downsite is that you can only request StoreKit to display the dialog, but can't be sure if it will.
Tells StoreKit to ask the user to rate or review your app, if appropriate.
Be aware that Apple is likely to disallow custom app rating and review prompts in the near future with the introduction of SKStoreReviewController. The app review guidelines state: Use the provided API to prompt users to review your app; this functionality allows customers to provide an App Store rating and review without the inconvenience of leaving your app, and we will disallow custom review prompts.
A current disadvantage, and probably the reason why custom review prompts are still allowed, is that Apple has yet to provide an API to get review metrics and post responses to written reviews. The only current solution via iTunes Connect which is not practical for large scales and performance requirements in customer service environments.NSString *strUrl = [NSString stringWithFormat:@"%@%@%@", @"itms-apps://tranceformingnlp.com", appIdentifier, @"?action=write-review"];.
Armchair is a simple yet powerful App Review Manager for iOS and OSX written in Swift.
It is based on UAAppReviewManager and Appirater but completely rewritten for apps that want to benefit from the power of this new language.. Why Armchair? The average end-user will only write a review if something is wrong with your App. SKStoreProductViewController does not support Affiliate IDs (at the time of writing; this may be added by Apple in future).
Direct Product Links The Apple ID for a product can be inferred from its iTunes Preview URL link.
So I noticed that Apple changed SKStoreProductViewController, disabling the "Write a Review" button. Is there any workaround or fix for this issue?
NSString *strUrl = [NSString stringWithFormat:@"%@%@%@", @"itms-apps://tranceformingnlp.com", appIdentifier, @"?action=write-review"];. I do not believe there is a way to display review page using SKStoreProductViewController. this answer answered Sep 29 '15 at mourlam 71 5 I have not released the updated version for iOS9. The average end-user will only write a review if something is wrong with your App. This leads to an unfairly negative skew in the ratings, when the majority of satisfied customers don’t leave reviews and only the dissatisfied ones do.
Once the SKStoreProductViewController has been displayed the user can interact with the product information as though they were in iTunes, the App Store, or the iBookstore.
The user can: View screenshots (for apps), Sample songs or video (for music, TV shows and movies), Read (and write. Aug 29, · I would like to keep the user in app to write a review, but it seems that when you tap on the "Write a Review" button that StoreKit presents it does nothing.
I thought maybe it was because it was a debug build but have been unable to get it working on the Release build as well.