The Jamie Oliver app in the iOS store prompts you to review it. I
can't remember exactly what the prompt looked like but I think it was
That'll almost certainly increase the number of positive reviews.
On Tue, Sep 6, 2011 at 11:41 AM, Daniel P.
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> Thank you all for your suggestions.
> Was helpful. I would like to ask you one last question. Is there a way (or
> known proportion) to derive a good guess of the estimate number of downloads
> based on the number of user ratings of an App in the iPhone market and
> Android market? I would like to break down the question in smaller ones to
> try find a formula to get a good guess:
> For example, Jimie Oliver's app  has about 1.500 user ratings
> (considering all version). What's your guess of number of downloads?
> I find quiet striking the difference between the number of user ratings of
> the Android app "All the cooks"  (about 7.500) and the iPhone App of
> Jimie Oliver. Is it because of the price difference? Or do user in the
> Android market tend to vote more? What's your experience?
> Is there any of you that published the same App in both markets and has
> figures on the number of downloads and ratings for both?
> Is there any difference in number of ratings according to the category of
> App (e.g. game, cooking, utility)?
> Would be helpful if you could share any information about the number of
> rating and downloads of any app that you published.
>  Jimie's app:
>  All the Cooks: Ref.
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