If you like punishing bad restaurants bad restaurants and businesses with your one-star reviews, you are going to love this app. Peeple is just like Yelp, but this time you can rate other human beings. The app should launch by the end of the year, and once that happens you will be able to unleash all your opinions on those people you love and the ones you don't. While this sounds like a greatly therapeutic, yet controversial way to get your revenge on that annoying person you went to school with, or an evil co-worker, signing up may backlash on you, since people will be able to rate you as well and you can't back up once you are in.
Julia Cordray, one of the app's founders, commented to the Washington Post:
%shareLinks-quote="People do so much research when they buy a car or make those kinds of decisions. Why not do the same kind of research on other aspects of your life?" type="quote" author="Julia Cordray" authordesc="Peeple Founder" isquoteoftheday="false"%
In order to rate someone, you need to claim that you know the person in one of three categories: personal, professional or romantic. You will need that person's phone number to add him or her to the database and the fun begins.
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