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|Culture & Science - Strange Inventions|
|Monday, 30 July 2012 18:08|
So far, companies have benefited from the recommendations of users in social networks and mobile applications. However, many had expected the opportunity to use the same means to indicate the places, products and services to disappoint their expectations. The Hate App fulfills that function.
Product manufacturers and service providers have made a killing with the likes of Facebook: advertising (often free) that delivers a positive opinion from the public and to invite their contacts to try. Then there are the geolocation applications they value places like Foursquare and others. That to express satisfaction or dissatisfaction regarding brands and restaurants is nothing new to anyone. However, we did not have an application that had been created specifically for that.
There has always been the possibility of talking about the bad places and poor services. Long ago, people sent letters to newspapers to complain, or communicated with the customer care institutions. After that kind of discomfort found a sort of speaker in forums, blogs and other social networks. Now, it's the turn of the applications, The Hate App was designed to spread our dissatisfaction as clients. We still can not begin to share our bad vibe or our neurosis, both justified, because the application can not be downloaded yet (found in step "coming soon") but looks like we will be available in the App Store of Apple . Under the slogan "No more likes, it's time to spread hate," this system will tell us how bad they were our contacts with locations and brands: real information at hand.
Harbor the illusion that the use of this app is significant, we stop comparing at stores that serve us poorly, eating in restaurants bunglers, liars to purchase products and hire services that gilded pills. But this is only an illusion. Chances are that The Hate App works as a mail complaints from friends and the companies to continue seeing their faces. I think the phenomenon is called consumerism and we are all up to the neck, sunk in it.