Search app
CSR Racing 2
ios

Temple Run 2

(244 448)
Editor's choice In-App Purchase
Price
Free
Category
Games & Adventure & Entertainment & Action
Last Update
Jan 02, 2020
View in store

Store Performance Index

64%

Store Performance Index shows overall performance of your app on app stores. It is based on combined ASO & reviews metrics.

See more data

Ratings & Reviews performance for Temple Run 2

Ratings & Reviews performance provides an overview of what users think of your app. Here are the key metrics to help you identify how your app is rated by users and how successful is your review management strategy.

Number of reviews,
total

244 448

Avg rating,
total

⭐4.6

Description

699 chars

The sequel to the smash hit phenomenon that took the world by storm! <br><br>Temple Run redefined mobile gaming. Now get more of the exhilarating running, jumping, turning and sliding you love in Temple Run 2!<br><br>Navigate perilous cliffs, zip lines, mines and forests as you try to escape with the cursed idol. How far can you run?!<br><br>FEATURES<br><br>* Beautiful new graphics<br>* Gorgeous new organic environments<br>* New obstacles<br>* More powerups<br>* More achievements<br>* Special powers for each character<br>* Bigger monkey!!!<br><br>Become a fan of Temple Run on Facebook:<br>http://www.facebook.com/TempleRun<br><br>Follow Temple Run on Twitter:<br>https://twitter.com/TempleRun

More
 Why to reply to reviews?

User reviews affect conversion to installs and app rating. Featured and helpful reviews are the first to be noticed by users and in case of no response can affect download rate. This is why it is highly recommended to reply to them.

Don4421
May 30, 2019

Originally this was my favorite game. As time went on they made more and more variations and maps for the game, which was fine. Lately, however, now that they’re on the money grubbing bandwagon, I noticed fewer coins on runs when you needed them. And as if that wasn’t enough with all the money they must make on selling people gems and coins, they’ve added aggravating ads. I must admit that I tried to buy out of the ends and for over two weeks they still kept showing even after I received my notice that payment was received. However I must amend my previous review because they did contact me through email, and the developers gave me directions which did in fact remove the aggravating ads. The developers have since asked me to revise my review, but I had been ill for a while. The review is deserved, and I have brought it back up to a five star. I always did love the game I just hated the ads. And now for a very reasonable price, you can get rid of them too thank you so much for helping me with this problem. I apologize for the delay in correcting my review, but I have had some health issues which thankfully seem to be subsiding. It’s a great game!

a Trustworthy Writer
Mar 28, 2018

Temple Run 2 is one of my absolute favorite games. It is addictive and you can achieve nearly everything you want, while still being new and fresh. Of course to have a game like Temple Run 2, you have to have a history. Temple Run 2 evolved from the original Temple Run, which is also neat to look at. Temple Run was an amazing game that attracted quite the fan following on iPhones, mainly because it was one of the featured games in the App Store for several months. Eventually, the creators had to many ideas for Temple Run and since Temple Run was getting old, they released Temple Run 2. Temple Run 2 is a very fun game. With daily, weekly, and global challenges, it keeps players engaged by offering rewards for each of these events. But with fame comes controversy, and there was a small one over Temple Run 2. For literal years, the game only had one free character, the male, Guy Dangerous. There was a small controversy at the time because the majority of people playing the game were female. So in 2014 the creators came out with the new, female free character, Scarlett Fox. But the journey of Temple Run 2 is not over yet, with new maps, challenges, and prizes - Temple Run 2 promises to continue an ever loved game.

chuzzlehead fever
Apr 06, 2019

I love this game sometimes I have a hard time putting my tablet down to do other free time activities. Since this seems like a archaeological same some, why don’t y’all have a Indiana Jones character in the game. In the movies he is alway being chased by something and finds relics. Could base a character after him and call him Indiana Doomtemple since you already have a bones character! And have another character based off one of the movies that little Chinese boy called short round!!! Relics could be the holy grail, those stones from the second film and so on and so on of relics from the movies. Or have that Egyptian man who is head of ancient Egyptian artifacts and mummy’s in Egypt can’t spell his name or pronounce it! You could do a world like and island with volcanoes erupting and trying to adobos getting lava on you or you die even a lava slide where you have to ride on a huge rock and try not to fall on the lava river!! I love this game and just trying to give y’all new ideas!! Like this comment if any agree plz thanks!!!

edcm1234
Nov 06, 2019

This game is obviously designed to be played on your phone. It works great on small screens, but I like playing on my iPad and it is terrible for that. So, while I love this game and play it often, I know that I will quit playing in pure frustration after playing it for a while on my iPad. Not only do some swipes not register, but it’s not obvious what trips up the runners and suddenly I’m being chased by a monster and don’t know why. In addition, the game will often assume one thing when I tap something rather than what I meant. All in all, it is a frustrating game for your iPad. Another thing that is a problem are the ads that override Silent Mode on my phone. When I am playing someplace where I want to be quiet (doctor’s waiting room, at night when others are sleeping, etc), an ad that comes on with sound is frustrating. I actually like the ads because I have tried more than a few of the games advertised, but a game that overrides Silent Mode automatically goes on my ‘never buy’ list.

Toy Dogwatch
Oct 05, 2018

I love this game don’t get me wrong yes it is addictive to play but one thing that has stopped me from playing this game is advertisements every update it seems to be getting worse and worse so I stopped playing because I’m one of those players who easily gets annoyed by too many advertisements this would be a 5 star app easily but I can’t give this app those 5 stars just because of too many advertisements but if you guys made it so people wouldn’t get bombarded with advertisements at the end of every run I would really appreciate that and I would even be willing to give this app the 5 stars it deserves but one thing I noticed the really old version of this app didn’t have any advertisements I don’t know what made you developers think it was okay to start advertising different apps unless you developers are plotting an end to temple run I usually only start to see this many advertisements when developers are planning on ending the use of a game I saw that with a Batman game I use to have and now it no longer exists so please narrow down the advertisements a little bit so I have some hope that this app will not be discontinued I love this app and I would hate to see this app come to an end

CSR Racing 2

About Temple Run 2

Developed by Imangi Studios, LLC.

Temple Run 2 is ranking in   Games & Adventure & Entertainment & Action

Last update was at Jan 02, 2020and the current version is 1.63.

To see all other keys and revenue click here 572395608

Temple Run 2 have a 244 448a user reviews.

Temple Run 2 was released in the App Store. It is developed by Imangi Studios, LLC, who have also released the following apps.

Temple Run 2 has 244 448 user reviews.​

Temple Run 2 has an average rating of 4.6. ​The latest version of Temple Run 2 1.63​ ​​was ​released on Jan 02, 2020​.

You can download Temple Run 2 ​here

Find growth insights on our blog

AppFollow identifies top apps in the App Store and Google Play in 2020

AppFollow identifies top apps in the App Store and Google Play in 2020

Holiday Marketing Guide by AppFollow and MoEngage

Holiday Marketing Guide by AppFollow and MoEngage

How to adapt to the IDFA changes: insights from Branch, Incipia, and Babylon Health

How to adapt to the IDFA changes: insights from Branch, Incipia, and Babylon Health

React to user feedback and market trends faster