The application that allows drivers to express hatred to each other has been launched in Russia 00:00

In Russia, they launched NomerApp, an application for drivers where drivers can vent their negativity on each other and leave all kinds of comments. This is stated in a letter received by Android and iOS users can already download the application.

“Today, the NomerApp social application was launched on the Russian market, where users can scold or praise drivers for driving, parking and other actions that evoke emotions on the road,” said Artem Vasekin, co-founder of the project. — The idea for the project came from emotions. Six months ago I was once again stopped by a car on the road (I think everyone had similar cases) and the first thing I wanted to do was write down everything I thought about the driver of the car.”

In the application, you can create a profile by entering your vehicle’s license plate number and adding its photo. From now on, other users will be able to express their own opinions about the vehicle and driver in the comments. Vehicle owners may also like and dislike each other.

At the same time, the application uses some personal data – to find the profile of a particular car, just enter its number in the search. Currently there are only dozens of profiles in the application, comments and ratings are still few.

Previously AvtoVAZ launched mobile application “Lada World”.

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Source: Gazeta


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