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  • Peeple lets you publicly rate everyone you know
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Peeple lets you publicly rate everyone you know

If you could, what would you rate your boss out of ten? Your partner? Your best mate? Peeple invites people to rate people as if they were a business – a ‘Yelp for humans’. It was supposed to launch in November 2015, but it’s unclear whether or not it’ll survive the public onslaught.

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