TickTock’s rating has improved again, with Google helping


TickTock’s ratings were seen to be as fast as last week and now the ratings are also improving rapidly. Yes, the TickTock app’s rating on Google Play has risen from 1.2 stars to 4.4. In fact, the change in TickTock’s ratings came a lot, starting with Carrie Minati’s roast video where she roasted TickTour, followed by a spark against TickTock after the controversial video of Faisal Siddiqui was released. Only then did the app’s rating on the Google Play Store begin to take effect quickly. However, a sudden improvement in ratings has been noticed, behind it is Google. In fact, the Google Play Store has removed millions of 1-rated reviews by posting guidelines, allowing the guide to remove explicitly negative reviews.

Instead of specifying TickTock’s case, a Google spokesman said the agency was taking steps to remove inappropriate ratings and comments for spam violations. A spokesperson for Gadgets 360 said in a statement that the Play Store rating helps users provide feedback and experience related to the app and content. So that other users can make their decisions on that basis.

If we have the current rating of the Tiktok app and 7 days ago Rating You see, it shows a difference of about 80 lakh ratings. If you look at the web version graph of Google Play, you can see that a week ago there was a huge jump in the 1 star rating. But now most of those ratings have been removed.

Google Play comment post Policy If you have seen the guideline, users are not allowed to change the rating of any app. This is why Google has removed such negative review ratings in favor of TickTalk.

However, on the other hand, for these 7 days of iOS, the Apple App Store has not seen much change in TickTalk ratings. Last week, the app’s app store rating averaged 3.5 stars, which dropped to just 3.4 star stars. This suggests that iPhone users are not part of this battle against TickTalk.

There are several reasons for this war against ticks –

The first is anti-China sentiment, which has grown since the Kovid-19 epidemic. At the same time, Faisal Siddiqui’s video later took the form of a spark fire against Tiktak. Faizal Siddiqui has made a tic-tac-toe video in which he is seen throwing water at a girl, the video shows the girl doing various make-up as she throws water, indicating signs since the acid attack. People then went viral on social media and started demanding the banning of the TickTock app on charges of promoting deadly crimes like acid attacks. The third reason was Carrie Minati’s video “YouTube vs Tiktok – The End”, in which she roasted especially Amir Siddiqui and other tiktokars. Followers of Carrie Minati have since started giving 1-star ratings to the TickTalk app.

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