Often while reading product reviews you come across an entry so absurd and overenthusiastic, you just have to ask yourself if it wasn't a phony review left by someone on purpose.
It seems Apple has asked the same thing in regards to the App Store, and they've answered "yes" enough to warrant a major scrubbing on the part of the admins. The company has reportedly cleaned house and removed any review left by someone who had not actually downloaded the App.
Good idea by Apple, but it almost surely won't stop overenthusiastic developers or aspiring marketing execs to download the product and immediately leave a glowing (or skewering) review on behalf of their favorite products. Just another reminder not to trust everything you read on the internet, or the App Store.
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A smartphone maker fiddling its benchmarking scores? That's unusual, isn't it?