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How To Write A Review On iTunes App Store?

SUREN on March 10, 2009

We get testimonials and feedback from parents on a daily basis. This is wonderful feedback and it makes us feel great, for sure. It also helps us calibrate our priorities and work on the problems that our users want us to focus on.

Often we hear from parents who are thrilled about the Mobicip app, and would like to write a review that can help other parents learn about Mobicip's Online Safety service for the iPhone or iPod Touch. Here is a step-by-step procedure to write an anonymous review on the iTunes App Store. BTW, you can use these steps to write a review for any application or content on iTunes.

  1. Launch iTunes on your computer. 
  2. Select the iTunes Store.
  3. Search for 'mobicip'.
  4. Click on 'Mobicip Safe Browser' from the search results.
  5. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click 'WRITE A REVIEW'.
  6. You may have to login into iTunes to submit the review, but you don't have to reveal your username in the review. Enter a pseudonym if you would like to keep you username private.

 

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