I’m a beginner developer and I need some help regarding ratings. What I want is to display menu items depending if a user has rated my app 5 stars.
For example, if a user rated 5 stars, I set the class=”reviewed” and display menu items to do with that class.
I tried to follow http://ngcordova.com/docs/plugins/appRate/ I’m stuck on this problem.
The appRate plugin is simply a tool that shows a dialog to ask a user if they want to rate your app as shown below.
In terms of the ratings pages the only function an app can perform is to send a user to the review page — apps do not have access to any of their ratings information and even if you can find a way to do it, it’s against policies for both the Google Play and iTunes stores so the app would get rejected during review.
See the following answers:
- Is there a way to check if user has rated your app?
- How do you to check if a user has rated your app on the android market?
Because of these restrictions with native iOS / Android, the same applies to Cordova.
Answered By – Lightbeard