TikTok’s rating bounced to 4.4 stars from 1.4 after removing millions of negative reviews

A few weeks ago, you have heard about the roasting video made by Carry Minati. This video goes viral and got an unexpected love from the people to the Carry Minati. Carry Minati made a roasting video on “TikTok vs YouTube”.

Why TikTok bounced to 4.4 stars?

After publishing the video by Carry Minati, the famous YouTuber in India got an unexpected love and support from the whole world. Due to this, many other people also made roasting videos and other videos relating to this information to get more popular.

Hundred of memes were discovered on this controversy. The supporters and the opposers of TikTok ruled the whole social media for some days. Due to this, the rating of this app was decreased to 1.4. But now, the rating is 4.4 stars.

People rated apps by using many bad languages with unexplainable and unwanted statements in Play Store. But, these things didn’t remain for a long time. What Google has done is- Google deleted all those false reviews according to the Google guidelines.

On Google Play Store, we can check that, the rating has increased gradually from 1.4 to 4.4 immediately. The reviews that were published weren’t quality by itself so, Google has removed more than eight million individual reviews to bring the app closer to their average rating. These actions help Tiktok to get back to the normal days.

On Apple Store, the TikTok rating was dropped to 3.4 stars from 3.5 stars. TikTok is still getting bad reviews that have no importance in TikTok.


Related Posts
Read More

University of Arizona Football Coach Fired Days After Sexual Harassment Investigation

Over the decades, smart toys have grown from a niche industry to a profitable business. According to UK-based analyst firm Juniper Research, annual smart toy sales across the globe are expected to grow to $11.3 billion by 2020. Today, toy stores not only have an array of classic board Games and stuffed animals but also internet connected devices, smart racing cars and drones, smart building blocks, and even robots that teach kids how to code.