Lulu formerly Luluvise is a defunct mobile app formerly available for iOS and Android that allowed female users to make Rate girls app and negative of male users on the Rate girls app of their romantic, personal, and Rate girls app appeal. The app allowed only female users to access the evaluation system, and evaluations made through Rate girls app app are attached publicly and anonymously.
Rate girls app York Times described the service as a "'Take Back the Internet' moment for young women who have come of age in an era of revenge porn and anonymous, possibly ominous suitors". In the app moved away from Facebook, and currently only allows registration via mobile phone numbers, for both male and female users.
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Rate girls app "a private network for girls to express and share their opinions openly and honestly"  about the weaknesses and strengths of the manners, appearances, spending habits, and career ambitions of their male acquaintances.
The company's expansion of its user base focuses heavily on recruiting undergraduate  of American all-female sororitieswhich commentators describe as reflected in the "app's linguistic and visual design [which] is visibly influenced by US sorority culture.
The app has been highly controversial, and the functionalities offered by the app are frequently described negatively in the popular press as "sexist Rate girls app objectifying",  "nonconsensual",  and "shallow and mean".
The company has also been accused of inappropriate use of Facebook accounts' user data. Lulu does query male Facebook users for their consent in integrating their profiles in the app, and at the time of its
Rate girls app the product caused notable social "recoil"  and received significant negative coverage in the press for its violation of Facebook's policies on the use of user data. Also, it points out how users who have unwittingly been incorporated into Lulu's databases may contact their support center for the removal of their personal data.
Unlike other review-based systems, they cannot add their own comments. Male users on Lulu can add photos and hashtags to influence female users' opinion. They can edit any detail on their profiles, see their average score, how they perform across 7 categories, and which hashtags girls they know use to describe them.
They can also acquire a subscription to see a more detailed breakdown of their scores. Lulu has an online automatic self-removal tool that allows both male and female users to delete their account at their request and "blacklist" their mobile phone numbers.
Their Support Center also mentions the inclusion of agree and disagree buttons let girls weigh in on the accuracy of each review. In Truth Bombs was launched:
Rate girls app FebruaryBadoo acquired Lulu and removed the app's ability to rate men. The stock phrases and "coy euphemisms"  used within the app in the form of hashtags to evaluate users' male acquaintances have been noted by The Independent to evoke "stupid cookie-cutter men who can't feel or think and can be summarised in a few sassy phrases of cute girl-talk",  highlighting concerns that the app violates the bounds of social propriety and could be used to debase the social standing of users of it contains evaluations.
Lulu states that it aims to "unleash the value of girl talk" to empower its female reviewers. Critical reactions such as in Forbes note the a double standard regarding the app: This petition gained over supporters. Lulu attracted attention after its release for how its Rate girls app collection of male Facebook users' data was at the time in violation of Facebook's Platform Policies.
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Rate girls app a judge in a court of law [an Rate girls app on the app] has 'lowered [the male Facebook user] in the minds of right thinking members of society'".
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