Just in time (one week left!) for the Go ahead, rate my Windows 10 app!, the UniversalRateReminder package has been updated with some new features:
- Added support for Windows 10 Universal Windows Platform apps.
- Added the option to reset the counter when the app is updated (thanks @timothystewart6 for the contribution!).
- Added a new
SendFeedbackdialog for asking the user to send an email containing valuable feedback.
There is one breaking change, the
RatePopup.CheckRateReminder function changing its name to
RatePopup.CheckRateReminderAsync and now returning an enum value that tells if the dialog was not displayed, if the user chose to rate the app or if it was dismissed.
If the user chooses not to rate the app (or if you want to use it in other parts of the application), you can now show another pop up for asking to send an email containing feedback. For this, use the