The controversial new app called Peeple has disappeared from the internet. The new app being hailed as the “Yelp for People” has mysteriously vanished, along with some of its social media accounts. The new app called Peeple had plans to launch in November of this year. Show More Summary
This post originally appeared on Business Insider. Peeple, which enables humans to rate each other as users would rate businesses on Yelp, has gone offline. The company's Twitter, Facebook, and even website are no longer accessible.Show More Summary
The website and social media pages for Peeple, the so-called "Yelp for people" app, have disappeared from the web. The app — which was announced last week for a planned November launch — faced swift and immediate backlash based on its premise. Show More Summary
Last week, to a resounding cry of “Why the hell would you ever do this?”, a Canadian startup announced it is building a “Yelp for people” called Peeple. In a petulant essay on LinkedIn, the app’s co-creator says the universally negative reaction to Peeple is proof the world needs it. Somehow. Read more...
Peeple, which enables humans to rate each other as users would rate businesses on Yelp, has gone offline. The company's Twitter, Facebook and even website are no longer accessible. The co-founders have remained silent as to why this change happened. Show More Summary
An upcoming app called Peeple will allegedly allow users to rate everyone they know -- sort of like a Yelp for reviewing human beings. Its founders say they want to "spread love and positivity." That claim has "Last Week Tonight" host John Oliver wondering if they've ever been on the Internet. Show More Summary
The app dubbed "Yelp for humans" shows us everything that's wrong with the internet. But there's a twist to this story.
Yelp for humans? Yes, that exists now We learned this week about an app called Peeple, where users can review other humans in the same way we review restaurants and hotels online. See also: Peeple is not the worst app idea ever Needless...Show More Summary
The now-infamous app has a lot of loose ends.
If you posted a negative social media review about a hotel last year, you may have helped push U.S. hotels owners to invest a record $6.4 billion to upgrade and beautify their properties.Complaints – and compliments – on Yelp, Twitter, TripAdvisor and other online review sites motivated hotel owners...
Peeple CEO Julia Cordray had already started a storm on social media with the announcement of the Peeple app which will allow people to leave reviews of each other in public, in a similar way as Yelp does for businesses. The storm got much worse when it turned out that Peeple was having trouble moderating... Show More Summary
Settle down, internet, you’re doing just fine. Peeple, the so-called “Yelp for people,” is totally something we can shout out of existence as a group. The app hasn’t even launched yet and we’re most […]
Yelps of alarm are appearing in the papers as the political talks are poised to enter a third week without signs of resolution. Depression seems to be the order the day. Theresa Villiers reports a big gap remaining between the parties . Jim Downey in the Indo depicts a chronic low intensity crisis which the more...
WHAT COULD GO WRONG? Everyone you know will be able to rate you on the terrifying ‘Yelp for people’ — whether you want them to or not. “As two empathetic, female entrepreneurs in the tech space, we want to spread love and positivity.” Yeah, this’ll do that.
Post by Jenny Erikson. Dude. Someone's gone and developed Yelp for human beings. An app is launching soon called Peeple, and it's exactly what it sounds like -- a way to rate other people on a five-star scale. Does anyone else thinkShow More Summary
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The new Peeple app is being hailed as the “Yelp for people.” This new app is making many furious because it allows you to rate and review people as if they’re businesses or restaurants. It’s also making the developers of a smart camera app by the same name not too happy. Show More Summary
Yelp's stock has fallen out of favor with the investors and the price has declined by over 50% in the past six months. As a result, the stock has also under-performed the broader markets. The company operates in geographies gives it access to over 76 million local businesses. Show More Summary
The Pros And Cons Of The New 'Yelp Fo... There's finally a Yelp for people. It's called Peeple. Promising but also cause for concern. Let's weigh the benefits. Submitted by: Funny Or Die Regular Keywords: peeple yelp for people new app peeple rating people app people rating app yelp but for people Views: 1
You've probably heard about Peeple, the new app that lets you rate everyone from your friends to neighbors to ex-romantic partners the same way you rate businesses on Yelp. When the app launches in November, you'll be able to leave reviews and rate people on a 5-star scale. Show More Summary