After causing a global media storm, “Yelp for humans” aka Peeple has officially launched and it’s once again making the headlines for its controversial nature.
What is Peeple exactly? According to its website, Peeple is an app that allows you to recommend and be recommended by the people you interact with on a daily basis. That means that people can “rate” you for your professionalism, friendship, and even your personal life. Simply put, Peeple is an app that strips you of the right to define yourself.
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Users can rate your personality and overall conduct as positive, negative or neutral. The aim for its users is to create a safe place where they can manage their online reputation and forge meaningful business relationships and friendships. The good news is that the app follows an opt in model, which means that only users who sign up for the service can be recommended.
User profiles are also shareable, just in case you wanted to brag to other networks about how lovely people think you are.
A brilliant idea or a disrespectful app, we’re pretty sure that Peeple will get users talking. If you are interested in seeing whether your network is recommending or dissing you, you can download Peeple here.
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