Google Play Reviews Examples
Example 1. Review Request
Main features: Call-to-action, CTA button.
The reviews are organized into a clean widget in complementary Google Play colors, with a moderate header. The header displays the total rating of the page and shows the amount of users who have posted their recommendations with the pictures of the freshest ones. The photos are clickable. The review-request button encourages users to leave a fresh review, with the Yes option painted blue to catch the eye.
Example 2. List
Main features: List layout, navigation.
Here’s a way to show reviews into a page to create a moderate list. If you switch the header off and set Auto width and height dimensions, like in this example, the widget will automatically fit into the available space on the page and will look well-balanced. Make use of filters to set up the amount of reviews, show only positive, or hide away unwanted by keywords.
Example 3. Masonry
Main features: Masonry layout, grid.
In this example, a variety of reviews is displayed as a Masonry variant, which places reviews in the best possible layout based on their height value. Custom choice of color made the widget look absolutely unique. The star rating displayed on the reviews is here to show high social proof.
Example 4. Grid
Main features: Grid layout, design.
The combination of Grid layout and Spotlight review template creates a refined well-balanced appearance of the widget. Thick contours and center aligned texts entice maximum attention. Straight geometry of Grid layout may also match with any review template – there’s full compatibility of interface options.
Example 5. Carousel
Main features: Carousel, testimonials.
Here widget with Slider layout demonstrates the reviews in an active carousel with autoplay. This is a good case, for example, for the main page of a website. Slider layout offers navigation elements: arrow, drag, or pagination. There’s an option to set the number of reviews that will show on each slide.
Example 6. Slider
Main features: Slider layout, navigation.
If you demonstrate reviews one by one will accentuate the attention of users. In this use case Spotlight template dictates the order of the elements: the author’s picture and rating are above the text with all elements are center aligned. More reviews can be viewed by dragging or clicking arrows.
Example 7. Sidebar
Take a look at this a representative example of the way to add a reviews widget into your website with very small space available. In the Sidebar layout, the widget shows only the essential parts and the responsive size due to responsive size, it’s of a moderate size yet all functions are there.