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iPhone 2.2 Asks: "Deleting that App? Please Rate It!"

iPhone 2.2 Asks: "Deleting that App? Please Rate It!"

We've already reported on iPhone OS 2.2 enhancements, which include Google Street View, Bus Schedules, viewing walking and transit directions instead of driving directions, and the ability to share locations with other users.

Now a Greek language website, iPhone Hellas, is reporting that when a user decided to delete an App from their iPhone running OS version 2.2 an application popup window is displayed asking them for feedback about the App they are deleting. The user is presented with the familiar five star iPod rating system and a "No Thanks" button. Uses can swipe their fingers to select from none to five stars pressing the "Rate" button to send your rating while the other button opts you out of the rating system.