Sentiment Analysis & monitoring for
Windows app reviews

Drive your star rating towards 5-stars by leveraging the feedback in your Microsoft store reviews.

Get started in minutes. No credit card required.

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Improve your Windows app rating faster than ever

Start leveraging the feedback in your Windows app reviews, without spending hours reading and analyzing each review by hand. Appbot's proprietary sentiment analysis AI has been trained on over 400 million records, and offers world-class accuracy. Use sentiment analysis to monitor the overall response to each new Windows app version, and then easily see what drives the sentiment using Appbot's natural language processing.

Appbot automatically identifies bugs, feature requests, support requests, design and UX issues and much more, saving your team hours each week. Appbot also works with the tools your team already uses, like Slack and Zendesk, so you can send your app reviews to the parts of your business that need them most.

Sentiment analysis tells you what users think,
natural language processing tells you why.

  • Windows app review sentiment analysis

    Appbot automatically creates beautiful visualizations of sentiment from your Windows app reviews. Our sentiment analysis algorithms offer industry-leading accuracy for app reviews, to help you understand how customers are responding to changes you make to your Windows app.

  • Surface common Words & Topics

    Appbot's natural language processing tools automatically categorize your Windows app reviews according to the keywords and Topics they mention. Track trends in common keywords and themes without reading your reviews manually.

  • Send reviews to the tools your team live in

    Keep your team focussed on what's happening in the Microsoft store, with integrations to popular tools like Slack, Zendesk & Zapier. Advanced filters let you decide which reviews to send to each integration, to maximize relevance and engagement.

  • Address complaints faster

    Fix bugs and address complaints before your Microsoft store ratings are affected, with Appbot. We'll make it easy to identify reviews that report a problem or complaint to keep your support team one step ahead.

  • Fine-tune your advocacy marketing

    Identifying super-fans in a sea of online reviews can be challenging. Appbot makes it easy by isolating your most positive reviews in several, customizable ways.

  • Appbot goes beyond Windows app reviews

    Centralize your Voice of the Customer reporting alongside your Windows app reviews. Appbot's sentiment, keyword and topic analysis tools can be applies across all your Voice of the Customer channels including support tickets, social media, in-app feedbackand much more.

Why choose Appbot?

First 14 days are on us

No credit card required, so you can test Appbot without any upfront commitment. We think you will love it!

Set-up in minutes

No need to invest hours getting started. Appbot is designed to be simple and self-service, so you can be up and running quickly. Use our templated dashboards and NLP models, until you're confident about investing the time to create your own.

Proprietary sentiment and NLP tools

Our sentiment analysis and natural language processing tools have been trained on over 400 million records of short-form user feedback. Our tools can interpret the nuanced language you'll commonly find in NPS comments, app reviews & social media without skipping a beat.

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Getting started with Windows app reviews in Appbot

1

Start your free 14-day trial of Appbot by creating a new account.

2

When prompted to add a new Source choose Microsoft from the apps section.

3

Search for your Microsoft app and then hit "add" to start tracking it.

4

Rinse and repeat for the other apps, products or other types of customer feedback you want to add.

Who uses Appbot?

Appbot is used by thousands of companies around the world, including 35% of the world's top app developers, and 25% of the Fortune 100.

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