As pretty as the new Google Play web store looks, when its redesign was introduced, a few features were left behind, including the ability to filter and sort reviews.
Google have just brought the feature back, adding three drop-down boxes – ‘Rating’, ‘All Devices’ and ‘All Versions’ to help users try to sift through the many, many reviews to find something that’s actually useful.
The ‘Rating’ tab lets you filter by newest reviews, by rating, or by how helpful other uses found the review.
The ‘All Devices’ tab gives you the option to show only reviews by users with the same device as you. Clicking ‘All Versions’ lets you choose whether to show all reviews, or just reviews for the latest version of the application.
It’s nice to see that Google is continually working to improve the Play Store, although I would like to see them implement the ability to filter search results in the mobile app by paid/free.
What changes do you want to see Google make to the Play Store? Let us know in the comments.