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Blackberry BBM App and Suspicious Google Play Ratings

timothy posted 1 year,1 day | from the laughed-cried-better-than-cats dept.

Blackberry 67

sl4shd0rk writes "In what could be an act of desparation of a company in it's death throes, Blackberry has submitted their BBM messaging application to Google Play for download. While this may seem like a logical path for a company on life-support, what wasn't expected is the sheer number of identical 5-star reviews the application has received since being posted. In what appears to be review 'ballot stuffing,' it poses the questions of just how Google is going to handle the subject of manufactured reviews as well as how many other entities have engaged in the same behavior. The same problems have plagued Amazon's review system as well bringing into question the validity of 'crowd based review' and whether it's possible to legitimize this type of system." The linked article points out that the suspicious posts may be the result of ballot stuffing intended to hype one of the unofficial Blackberry apps, rather than RIM's own.

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Really (5, Insightful)

synapse7 (1075571) | 1 year,1 day | (#45225255)

In this situation stuffing the ballot box probably won't matter.

Re:Good point (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45226935)

With 20 million downloads (per tweet from a few hourss ago) in just a few days, I agree. People want the app and the whole ballot box stuffing is unneeded.

Re:Really (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45228725)

It happens with a lot of app and Google seem unwilling to do anything about it. One simple approach to help would be to include a rating only for the latest version on an app. That would force the dev has to go out and pay for more votes, providing a lower return on the unethical practise.

Slashdot: 5 days behind (0, Troll)

js3 (319268) | 1 year,1 day | (#45225265)

Old news for nerds?

Re:Slashdot: 5 days behind (0, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45225405)

I was waiting this post. Mod parent up 5 stars.

troll summary (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45225281)

Can we just mark the summary as a troll? No mention that there's no evidence Blackberry isn't behind the fake reviews and biased towards bbm being a desperate move.

5 stars! (4, Funny)

BitwiseX (300405) | 1 year,1 day | (#45225299)

Thank you so much blackberry team. I was waiting this app. Its really great user friendly and smooth.

(I'll wait patiently for my check now)

Thanks blackberry (2, Funny)

NoNonAlphaCharsHere (2201864) | 1 year,1 day | (#45225439)

Thank you so much blackberry team. I was waiting this app. Its really great user friendly and smooth.

Re:Thanks blackberry (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45225679)

Thank you so much Blackberry team. I was waiting this app. It is really great user friendly and smooth.

Re:Thanks blackberry (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45225767)

1-star: App did not actually warn me about tornado.

Re:Thanks blackberry (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45225897)

Thank you so much Blackberry team. I was waiting this app. It is really great user friendly and smooth.

Thank you so much Blackberry team. I was waiting this app. It is really great user friendly and smooth.

Re:Thanks blackberry (1)

Sarten-X (1102295) | 1 year,1 day | (#45225921)

Thank you so much Blackberry team. I was waiting this app. It is really great user friendly and smooth.

Re:Thanks blackberry (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45225903)

Thank you so much Blackberry team.
I was waiting this app.
It is really great user friendly and smooth.

Re:5 stars! (1)

dkf (304284) | 1 year,1 day | (#45229007)

(I'll wait patiently for my check now)

Cash it quickly when you get it...

or maybe they just made a good app (1, Interesting)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45225323)

Maybe they just made a good app that people like?

Re:or maybe they just made a good app (4, Funny)

SternisheFan (2529412) | 1 year,1 day | (#45225499)

Maybe they just made a good app that people like?

Over 50,000 Indonesian bots seem to agree with you!

Re:or maybe they just made a good app (1)

Unknown1337 (2697703) | 1 year,1 day | (#45225999)

Everyone seems to miss the fact that this could also be a ploy to make it seem like ballot stuffing or just plain old stupid users. Both are equally as likely as BB doing this themselves. Which I have to agree really serves them little purpose at this point.

Re:or maybe they just made a good app (1)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45225643)

I downloaded it. I can't use it - they put a really long waiting list in place in order to try it; which makes these reviews even MORE suspect.

I can tell you that they failed to use Retina assets in 2013. TWENTY THIRTEEN USING LOW RES GRAPHICS.

Re:or maybe they just made a good app (1)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45227493)

They had SIX-MILLION pre-registered users at the moment of launch (who could activate and use the app immediately after downloading it). In addition to that, they've cleared over 5 million more since then and are working on ANOTHER 5 million. So I'm pretty sure between the 11+ million NEW, ACTIVE users and the 65-million existing Blackberry users, there's plenty enough people already using the app in order to review it...

Also, wtf do you care about "retina assets" on a text-based IM application?! wtf?! is text-kerning your particular kink or something? it's a TEXT-BASED INSTANT-MESSAGING APP, not a freaking game, video or other graphically based application... :s That's the dumbest trolling I've seen in a while....

-AC

Re:or maybe they just made a good app (2)

jrumney (197329) | 1 year,1 day | (#45230101)

they put a really long waiting list

The waiting list is about 3 days, mine came through this morning. Maybe that's really long to kids these days, but I'm old enough to remember the waiting lists for Google Wave, and Facebook when it first went from invitation only to open to the public.

Re:or maybe they just made a good app (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45225913)

It's the hypno-toad app that makes people right positive reviews with the exact same bad grammar.

Re: or maybe they just made a good app (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45226183)

Oops, *grammer. The badness is mine.

I suspect fanboys. (1)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45225369)

There are plenty of BlackBerry fanboys around, especially here in Canada. I believe it's far more likely that some idiot script-kiddie fanboys are behind this than actually BlackBerry employees... Or, if it IS BlackBerry employees, it's people acting alone who are afraid for their careers.

They're stupid either way, because of course it just makes BlackBerry look ridiculous (not that they need any more help with that nowadays).

Re:I suspect fanboys. (2)

SternisheFan (2529412) | 1 year,1 day | (#45225577)

There are plenty of BlackBerry fanboys around, especially here in Canada. I believe it's far more likely that some idiot script-kiddie fanboys are behind this than actually BlackBerry employees... Or, if it IS BlackBerry employees, it's people acting alone who are afraid for their careers.

They're stupid either way, because of course it just makes BlackBerry look ridiculous (not that they need any more help with that nowadays).

Conversely, any of Blackberry's competion might be responsible for this obviously poorly executed commenting. Perhaps this was done to purposely embarrass BB? Just speculating...

Re:I suspect fanboys. (1)

Minwee (522556) | 1 year,1 day | (#45225699)

Perhaps this was done to purposely embarrass BB?

No, Blackberry doesn't need any help doing that themselves.

Re:I suspect fanboys. (1)

Vanderhoth (1582661) | 1 year,1 day | (#45225993)

I don't know, the last stats I read BB was still ahead of Windows Phone. I certainly wouldn't put it past MS to try and embarrass their competition. We all know how big MS is into reputation management, which may or may not also include hurting competitions reputation. In any case we all know BB is, one way or another, on it's way out.

Re:I suspect fanboys. (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45227181)

Thank you so much for your comment. I was waiting this comment. It is really great user friendly and smooth. ;-)

Re:I suspect fanboys. (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45230127)

Conversely, any of Blackberry's competion

...or Sculley, trying to get a head start on mismanaging the company before he's even bought it.

Re:I suspect fanboys. (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45228331)

There are plenty of BlackBerry fanboys around, especially here in Canada. I believe it's far more likely that some idiot script-kiddie fanboys are behind this than actually BlackBerry employees... Or, if it IS BlackBerry employees, it's people acting alone who are afraid for their careers.

They're stupid either way, because of course it just makes BlackBerry look ridiculous (not that they need any more help with that nowadays).

One Blackberry Curve is worth 10,000 iPhones any day of the week the BB is far better just the kids and their dicksplat parents have got this fixation with anything iXXXXXX that the donkeys at apple can bodge together .

Re:I suspect fanboys. (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,22 hours | (#45230703)

One Blackberry Curve is worth 10,000 iPhones any day of the week the BB is far better just the kids and their dicksplat parents have got this fixation with anything iXXXXXX that the donkeys at apple can bodge together .

When the operating system or mobile device I use causes you that much anxiety and angst you should really take a look at who you are and where you are going.

R.I.P (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45225401)

Eventually RIM will come around and accept the fact they have died.

Re:R.I.P (1)

contrapunctus (907549) | 1 year,1 day | (#45225589)

RIM is indeed dead because they don't exist anymore after they changed their name.

Unprecedented (0, Offtopic)

ArhcAngel (247594) | 1 year,1 day | (#45225431)

I am shocked! Nothing like this has ever happened on the Google Play store before. [crackberry.com]

I mean Samsung would never stoop to such levels [androidcentral.com]

Re:Unprecedented (1)

garcia (6573) | 1 year,1 day | (#45225713)

I am shocked! Nothing like this has ever happened on the Google Play store before.

I am shocked! Nothing like this has ever happened on the Internet before.

FTFY.

Re:Unprecedented (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45229963)

When someone uses crackberry as a source, I know not everything is lost (Yes I'm a shameless BlackBerry Fanboy)

Nothing compared to Kik Messenger (1)

Jody Bruchon (3404363) | 1 year,1 day | (#45225469)

If you happen to look at the reviews for Kik, you'll discover that apparently the app gets five starts, is 15 years old, male, in California, and looking for nice girls who like to have a good time. Or at least it is on the days that it isn't describing how it has a BBC. I always wondered how it was that so many British Broadcasting Corporation shareholders were using that app...maybe that's what BlackBerry needs: more BBC?

Re:Nothing compared to Kik Messenger (1)

Jody Bruchon (3404363) | 1 year,1 day | (#45225481)

D'oh. Stars. I meant stars. Here comes the lysdexic grammer poleez to git me. Fcuk.

Re:Nothing compared to Kik Messenger (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45227877)

Hey, French Connection UK has nothing to do with this.

Re:Nothing compared to Kik Messenger (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45226239)

maybe that's what BlackBerry needs: more BBC?

I think they'd be better off with more BBW, but people say I'm immature. Who doesn't love teddy bears? Not to mention BBW is up 10% today.

Thanks Blackberry (1)

carlosap (1068042) | 1 year,1 day | (#45225495)

But... I was waiting for this app. Its really great user friendly and smooth. :)

Oh boy! BlackBerry Messenger! (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45225611)

I just downloaded it! I'm in the waiting list, I sure hope I get access before 2009 is over and all of my friends join me in buying not-crap phones!

Got it, like it, wish list... (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45225665)

I have have the app installed on my Note2. I have 2x phones BB9900 and Note2. The app works fine, does what I want it to do.
The only fly in the ointment, is that I can not have the BBM id on my old BB and my Note2 at the same time.
I think that it would be really handy to be able to have a multiple client with the same ID option.
This is something that skype does not do well (does not sync the chats to different devices quickly/at all!)
No check required, but pretty please for the multiple client feature...

Softly now (1)

Impy the Impiuos Imp (442658) | 1 year,1 day | (#45225695)

Reminds me of the negative review wars, too. Antivirus reviews frequently exclaim it installs virus, even of legitimate products.

This on top of normal reviews where people are more likely to go bitch over minor problems than praise -- the one in a thousand guy wins.

Re:Softly now (1)

Sarten-X (1102295) | 1 year,1 day | (#45226015)

Look, nothing said anything about a virus before, then that technician installed that Norton thing, and now it says I have 423,827 viruses. Hey Bubs, bring your shotgun... I gotta find this Norton guy...

polarizing reviews (2)

Unordained (262962) | 1 year,1 day | (#45225933)

Crowd-sourced reviews suffer from at least the following issues:
- reviews by people who have no business reviewing (Amazon.com)
- reviews only by people who feel strongly about it (Amazon.com, app stores)
- aggregate ratings based on averages, not presented as histograms (amazon.com and app stores have started adding this in the "details", but it's still gameable)
- changes to reviews over time are not obvious

I'd like to share how, despite its many problems, Bricklink does a fairly good job on this particular topic. As a buyer or a seller, you are heavily encouraged (it's part of the workflow) to rate every single transaction. There are no reviews that are not based on experience, and each experience is rated only once. While a total count of reviews is shown, there's no other aggregate value shown that could be misleading -- by the time you see the reviews, they're already broken into a simple histogram (good, bad, neutral) for comparison. They also do a sort of log(t) rating system on the reviews: they're broken up into current-month, current-year, and all previous years combined. So you can tell if things have recently taken a turn for the worse, or someone's tried to fix an image problem by actually improving. History is not lost, but for a potential buyer, recent history is highlighted.

I'd like for reviews (Bricklink, Amazon, etc.) to be broken up into aspects -- the product itself, customer service, shipping, etc. But I recognize that by asking more questions, you raise the barrier to entry, and you'll get less (and much more biased) data. I see far too many 1-star reviews on Amazon not as a result of the product itself, but of the shipping or customer service.

I kind of feel sorry for app developers who embed a "rate my app" feature directly in the app. It feels gimmicky, it feels like they're trolling for 5-star reviews, and yet it kind of makes sense -- try to hit up every user with the question, even if they wouldn't have naturally thought to bother, and do so after they've started using the app, so you get a fairer opinion. But mixed with in-store reviews, and the ugliness of "rate me 5 stars, get bonus stuff for free" offers... ugh.

Re:polarizing reviews (1)

noh8rz10 (2716597) | 1 year,1 day | (#45227427)

Bricklink does a fairly good job on this particular topic.

what is this, like a lego thing?

Re:polarizing reviews (1)

SleazyRidr (1563649) | 1 year,1 day | (#45227789)

Yes, it's a site that allows you to buy pieces by the brick/specific minifig/part you're looking for. I was trying to get into the whole Lego Arbitrage thing a few years back and got quite familiar with Bricklink.

http://www.bricklink.com/ [bricklink.com]

Re:polarizing reviews (1)

Unordained (262962) | 1 year,1 day | (#45227887)

The fact that it's a peer-to-peer LEGO marketplace didn't seem particularly important to point out, except this:

The product (almost entirely new and used LEGO bricks) is well known to both buyers and sellers, and the reviews are therefore only about the service provided (accuracy of parts, quality of shipping, timeliness, correct representation of the state of the product). There's little risk of someone posting a review about a seller complaining that a given piece is, in a generic sense, good or bad. Keeps the reviews on-topic.

For a system like Amazon, especially with their affiliated sellers, there's more risk of confusing cross-talk between the service & product reviews.

Re:polarizing reviews (1)

Unordained (262962) | 1 year,1 day | (#45227693)

We should be careful in building review systems, particularly "find stuff I will like" pages, to:
- give low or zero-review items a chance, until it's fairly certain they are unwanted (wide margin of error, benefit of the doubt)
- give irrelevant items a chance, purposefully breaking the relevant-items algorithm

People may have selected categories they like (or we may have determined them automatically) but as Daniel Tiger says, "you gotta try new foods, they might taste good!". It's far too easy to lock customers into buying more stuff like they've already bought, rather than helping them sample the offerings. A low but significant error-rate in the suggestions could boost overall sales, to everyone's benefit.

Re:polarizing reviews (1)

rasmusbr (2186518) | 1 year,1 day | (#45229795)

That would be a better way than the way most stores work now.

I think a lot of apps ask a minority of their users, for example 10%, for ratings. That way most users aren't annoyed by it. You've probably used lots of apps that ask for ratings unbeknownst to you because you weren't one of the 10%. That percentage could then be lowered over time as the rating stabilizes at a high level, so for a mature app it may only be 5% who get asked to rate.

It can be mitigated by simple actions... (1)

Fallen Kell (165468) | 1 year,1 day | (#45226215)

Reviews on these sites can be mitigated by requiring that the person purchased the item and wait a week before they can make the review on the site they are posting the review. It won't stop it entirely, but it sure would slow it down, especially in the beginning when it is a new product as they wouldn't be able to start launch day with 50-100 reviews (especially on physical goods that have not even shipped yet). Only verified owners would be able to review it. Digital items are a little more tricky, but still the 1 week wait would force people to spend a little more time with it before making a snap review...

Re:It can be mitigated by simple actions... (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45226477)

Amazon should do that too. Almost everything I ever look at has the same small number of "helpful" reviewers posting copy/paste blurb from PR releases as reviews, often the dates of the "reviews" precede that of the product release.

Google has no clue about social spam. (5, Informative)

Animats (122034) | 1 year,1 day | (#45226253)

Back in 2011, I wrote a paper, "Social is bad for search, and search is bad for social" [sitetruth.com] There, I described the social spam ecosystem, from the SEO firms to the phony account generators to the proxy sellers. I named some of the big social spammers.

Most of the same companies are still social spamming. In the paper, I mentioned "Google Plus1 Supply". [googleplus1supply.com] They're still active. They're still selling "+1"s. Their site looks almost exactly the same as in 2011. But their prices have gone down, and their number of fake "+1"s sold has increased from 4 million to 33 million. BuyPlus1Fans.com [slashdot.org] is still up.

Where do they get the accounts? BulkAccounts.com [bulkaccounts.com] is still up, just like they were two years ago. They're an outsourcing firm, using low wage labor to create new accounts. For an automated approach, there's JetBots [jetbots.com] , which claims to be able to create 250,000 new accounts per day on a fast connection. They offer "CAPTCHA Bypasser", which runs CAPTCHA's through OCR, and when that doesn't work, ships them to an outsourcing firm for manual recognition. Once the account is established, their "voter bots" add any desired number of stars to reviewed items.

Facebook is no better. BulkLikes.com [bulklikes.com] is still up. In 2011, they charged $260 for 500 Facebook fans. Now, it's only $70 for 1000 fans.

Old-style link spamming was expensive - spammers had to set up content farms, run servers, refresh them with interesting content, and worry about their farm being blacklisted. Social spamming is cheap - Google, Facebook, and Yelp host the spam for free. Yelp tries to push back against social spam; they've sued some spammers. But Google and Facebook don't seem to be trying at all. The fact that the big spammers of two years ago are still big spammers clearly show this.

social scoring (1)

godrik (1287354) | 1 year,1 day | (#45226353)

I am the first one to hate social networks for their privacy concerns. But what we actually need is social scoring for app reviews and all. You could build a recommendation based on the friendship relationships. Since I am not going to be friend with "spamer1234", the impact of their score whould be very low. Of course, you need something more than just take the average of your friends. You need something closer to "personalized page rank" or a graph based inference system. But anything in that matter would essentially solve the spamer problems.

Re:social scoring (1)

Unordained (262962) | 1 year,1 day | (#45226467)

I'm subjected to a bit of this through that "facebook" thing. Suggested posts based on friends or friends-of-friends liking it? I've yet to see that return relevant stuff. That could be because I have too few friends (!), or because each person only "likes" a small fraction of what they actually find interesting, or because there's so much out there, that there's no reason to expect even two close friends, with similar interests, to both like the item (especially close in time to each other.) For something like Amazon reviews, where the count of possible products is so high, I would expect similar issues.

And besides, just because I'm friends with someone, doesn't mean we have similar tastes. Seems better to do something like Netflix does, essentially pigeon-holing individuals and products, and then grouping them up in the background to offer tailored results. Rather than "your friends like this", it's "people who usually like the same kinds of movies you do, found this one better than average". Implicit rather than explicit relationships between reviewers.

Re:social scoring (1)

Chenliang Xu (3408489) | 1 year,1 day | (#45227197)

I believe the potential of data mining from social network. 'facebook" doesn't recommend the right thing, because their algorithm is not good. It's almost impossible for the fake users to get much follow from real human users. The persons who likes an application should looks quite even in the big graph, while the robots should be quite isolated from the social network of human users. Essentially, we need some "pagerank" for social network, rather than the simple "1+1=2". With a good algorithm, the spammer can affect their own spammer social network, but not much on the others. We don't really know much about Netflix. They don't really use the algorithm from the 1 minion dollor competition. As they found the information from the new internet business, is different from the traditional renting market.

Re:social scoring (1)

vux984 (928602) | 1 year,1 day | (#45229951)

And besides, just because I'm friends with someone, doesn't mean we have similar tastes.

Pretty much this. I care and would be influenced by what brand one of my friends might go with for a gaming rig power supply... but couldn't care about his selection in cars, or wine, or clothes.

Another friend I might care about his tastes in wine, but would probably slap him upside the head if I even KNEW what hardware he was putting in his PC.

But I don't need (or use) facebook. When I'm buying wine I'll ask the friend I share taste with for a recommendation... that's what being friends in the real world means. You can just do that.

Re:social scoring (1)

geminidomino (614729) | 1 year,1 day | (#45227377)

I don't think that would work out particularly well, without a lot more granularity than is really feasible. My best friend and I have similar taste in novels, for example, so I'd want to weight his opinion on them pretty highly. On the other hand, I absolutely loathe 99% of his music, and when it comes to tech... he's not exactly a power user (didn't even realize that his STB was network-enabled, much less used the function).

"Social" selling is bad enough with the silly tribe-mindedness that surrounds it now, and while your way might, indeed, solve the spammer problems, I think it would end up with results inferior to just doing away with the entire "review" mechanic altogether.

Samsung did this to (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45226913)

Taking a page out of Samsungs playbook and no one seems to care that Samsung did this with Samsung AND HTC (I believe) products. Ya, but with Blackberry it is some sort of problem?

Troll (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45227057)

In what could only be a deliberate attempt at trolling a company trying to make a comeback....Timothy you blow

Ironic... (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45227385)

...reading an article on /. that on it's face, casually overlooks the obvious trolls and fanbois doing what it is that they ALWAYS do... There's nothing to see here, move along....

NOT surprised, however, to see that this article is the first one this week talking about BBM... 10 million downloads in the first 24 hours, shooting to the top of both Google AND Apple app stores in the first day and staying there... A completely successful, and very widely popular software application hits like a meteor and there's nothing but the sound of crickets on a site supposedly dedicated to tech/nerd news... *shocking*...

-AC

Normal business practice for RIM (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45227659)

This wouldn't be this first time that they've played with ratings [openwhatsapp.org] .

Fanboys be hatin'... stop and try the app. (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45227727)

It's unfortunate that the writer's bias towards his alternative mobile platform pervades this news article and further may prevent him from evaluating a worthwhile application that's extremely popular. In the past 24 hours I've received at least 12 BBM PIN's via text and I've seen plenty of people post their new PIN's to Facebook so there's a good possibility it is as popular as the ratings suggest.

Not exclusive to BBM (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45228969)

This happens to every single app in the Google Market.

Poorly chosen title (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,1 day | (#45229229)

The issues here is are problems with Google Play -- namely its review system allowing bot-spammed comments and its submission process allowing dozens of fake BBM apps. These issues are, at closest, only peripherally related to the official BBM app, so submitter's reference to it in the post title seems ill-chosen -- perhaps intentionally, for sensationalist reasons.

BBM succeeding = Blackberry Death (0)

Anonymous Coward | 1 year,18 hours | (#45231419)

If people on Android/iPhone actually use BBM, that will kill Blackberry, because those users will have no reason to buy a Blackberry. Just use the BBM app for Android/iPhone.

More than just suspicious of (1)

crosswords (3024561) | about a year ago | (#45257605)

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