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expo-store-review provides access to the SKStoreReviewController API in iOS 10.3+ devices, allowing you to ask the user to rate your app without ever having to leave the app itself.
If this is used in Android the device will attempt to link to the Play Store using native Linking and the android.playStoreUrl from app.config.js or app.json instead.
Screenshots of the store review API in action on iOS

Platform Compatibility

Android DeviceAndroid EmulatoriOS DeviceiOS SimulatorWeb


expo install expo-store-review

If you're installing this in a bare React Native app, you should also follow these additional installation instructions.

import * as StoreReview from 'expo-store-review';

In the ideal circumstance this will open a native modal and allow the user to select a star rating that will then be applied to the App Store without leaving the app. If the users device is running a version of iOS lower than 10.3, or the user is on an Android device, this will attempt to get the store URL and link the user to it.



Determines if the platform has the capabilities to use StoreReview.requestReview(). On iOS, this will return true if the device is running iOS 10.3+. On Android, this will return true. On Web, this will return false.


This uses the Constants API to get the Constants.manifest.ios.appStoreUrl on iOS, or the Constants.manifest.android.playStoreUrl on Android.
In the bare workflow, this will return null.

const url = StoreReview.storeUrl();

This returns a promise that resolves to a boolean that let's you know if the module can perform any action. This is used for cases where the app.json doesn't have the proper fields, and StoreReview.isAvailableAsync() returns false.

if (await StoreReview.hasAction()) {

Requesting an App Store review is not supported on this device. The device must be iOS 10.3 or greater. Android and web are not supported. Be sure to check for support with isAvailableAsync() to avoid this error.

It is important that you follow the Human Interface Guidelines when using this API.
  • Don't call StoreReview.requestReview() from a button - instead try calling it after the user has finished some signature interaction in the app.
  • Don't spam the user
  • Don't request a review when the user is doing something time sensitive like navigating.

You can redirect someone to the "Write a Review" screen for an app in the iOS App Store by using the query parameter action=write-review. For example:
const itunesItemId = 982107779;
// Open the iOS App Store in the browser -> redirects to App Store on iOS
// Open the iOS App Store directly

There is no equivalent redirect on Android, you can still open the Play Store to the reviews sections using the query parameter showAllReviews=true like this:
const androidPackageName = 'host.exp.exponent';
// Open the Android Play Store in the browser -> redirects to Play Store on Android
// Open the Android Play Store directly