App where you can rate guys
Girls, get ready to rate past dates. Photo: Getty.
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Alexandra Chong was at a … The ratings, rankings, tags and specifics were only visible to women. The Lulu app is pretty simple: Girls register via their Facebook s, but Lulu never posts to Facebook. The app allows girls to choose a photo of a guy and add his name to the database. Lulu is an app that allows women all over the world to review the men in their lives. But not everyone has responded to the new app so positively. Lulu was an app for women, and it allowed them to rate their male Facebook friends based on a variety of personality traits, physical feats, and sex skills, all, ostensibly, in service of warning fellow women about prospective dates' red flags, and cheering on the good guys.
The idea is similar to Luluthe app that began as a way for women to rate and review men they dated.
Lulu transitioned to a more conventional dating app earlier this year. Tech Like Follow. Another interesting touch is that users are unable to browse the app's reviews until they leave a full review including a photo for someone they know.
It's not clear exactly how they plan to handle potential privacy concerns. Reviews are also not limited to people who have met or gone on dates with each other — friends, coworkers and family members are also able to leave reviews for people they know.
Still, the idea will no doubt be controversial to some — remember the huge outcry over Peeple, the "Yelp for people" app — but the creators of the app say they hope to make online dating a safer experience for people. We're using cookies to improve your experience.
This one, however, is limited to people who use dating apps and websites. And the app uses facial recognition to prevent people from ing photos that don't have faces in them.
A new app called Stroovy aims to help users vet the people they meet on dating sites by reading and writing reviews based on their experience. In what seems to be the app idea that refuses to die, there is — yet another — app for rating and reviewing people. Stroovy is iOS only for now but an Android app is in the works.
Find out more. But, unlike Lulu's reviews, Stroovy takes reviews from users of all genders. The app's reviews are also not anonymous, at least not completely. A user name and avatar appears alongside each review the app also requires users up with their phone s to prevent people from making duplicate s.