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Hi,

I'm wondering how to ask users to rate my apps.

I want to do like this

http://livedoor.blogimg.jp/socialgame_blog/imgs/5/8/58b0ccc0.png

Does anybody know how to do this?

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Correct answer by Colin Holgate | Adobe Community Professional

There are ANEs that can show a native dialog box, and if the user chooses to rate the app you can link them to the rating page for the app store you're using. Or you can just design your own set of buttons, that even match the look of your game, and then still send them to the rating page. If you're using iTunes the URL you go to would be like this:

http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewContentsUserReviews?id=123456789&pageNumber=0&sortOrdering=2&type=Purple+Software&mt=8

where the id number is the id for that app.

Another thing you could do is use an ANE that does more for you, like RateBox for example:

RateBox Ratings Native Extension for Adobe AIR - ANEs by Milkman Games

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Adobe air rating system

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Hi,

I'm wondering how to ask users to rate my apps.

I want to do like this

http://livedoor.blogimg.jp/socialgame_blog/imgs/5/8/58b0ccc0.png

Does anybody know how to do this?

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Colin Holgate | Adobe Community Professional

There are ANEs that can show a native dialog box, and if the user chooses to rate the app you can link them to the rating page for the app store you're using. Or you can just design your own set of buttons, that even match the look of your game, and then still send them to the rating page. If you're using iTunes the URL you go to would be like this:

http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewContentsUserReviews?id=123456789&pageNumber=0&sortOrdering=2&type=Purple+Software&mt=8

where the id number is the id for that app.

Another thing you could do is use an ANE that does more for you, like RateBox for example:

RateBox Ratings Native Extension for Adobe AIR - ANEs by Milkman Games

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There are ANEs that can show a native dialog box, and if the user chooses to rate the app you can link them to the rating page for the app store you're using. Or you can just design your own set of buttons, that even match the look of your game, and then still send them to the rating page. If you're using iTunes the URL you go to would be like this:

http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewContentsUserReviews?id=123456789&pageNumber=0&...

where the id number is the id for that app.

Another thing you could do is use an ANE that does more for you, like RateBox for example:

RateBox Ratings Native Extension for Adobe AIR - ANEs by Milkman Games

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Thank you for your quick reply.

After I submit this post. I found this.

Free Native Extensions For Adobe Air – Rate-This-App | devactionscript

Hope this is useful for someone who is looking for same problem which I had.

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