Remember Me. In , Alexandra Chong and Alison Schwartz founded Lulu , a mobile app with a clear and controversial mission: Facebook Login gave Lulu several important pieces of information: Within just three weeks, 60 percent of women at those colleges were using the app and 40 percent of men attending the colleges were available for rating.
Lulu, The App That Lets Women Rate Men, Acquired By Badoo
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Dating app Lulu's controversial guy reviews are no more
In what seems to be the app idea that refuses to die, there is — yet another — app for rating and reviewing people. This one, however, is limited to people who use dating apps and websites. 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. Peeple is not the worst app idea ever. The idea is similar to Lulu , the app that began as a way for women to rate and review men they dated.
The first time I heard about Lulu, I thought it was one of those hyper-feminine apps meant to help women track their menstrual cycles. A few weeks and a New York Times mention later, I finally became curious and bored enough to download this secretive iPhone app. Lulu is the latest in nightclubbish-sounding apps targeted at Sexually Liberated Twenty-Somethings see also: Tinder, Pure, Grouper, Swoon.