Rate dating app

If you think this highly sexist dating app will be booed by men, think again. The app is the brainchild of founder Alexandra Chong.Apparently, more than 1 million men have already signed up for Lulu dating app, in the hopes of getting personalized feedback from women they know and have previously gone out with. Speaking about the app, she said she created it because ‘she and her girlfriends needed it.’ Further, she said, “We created Lulu to bring those private conversations among women online and to unleash the value of girl talk.With the popular increase in the internet, the little black book has become more advanced and a hell of lot more useful.

They can check out the rating they have received along with the hashtags that women have used to describe them. But if a man doesn’t like what he sees about himself, he can remove himself from the app.

thing came along and undergrads everywhere had a platform to review and rate teachers before committing to a grueling semester of unintelligible English or rampant halitosis.

Now you can review just about anything online before you use it... That’s right—women now have an app that allows them to rate men they’ve dated—or even just hooked up with once or twice.

Applause found that, in general, the most popular US dating apps trailed other apps in quality by 23 points (out of 100).

That's a big difference, and perhaps indicates that people take out their dating woes on the apps they use.

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