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Thumb lets you ask opinions, give advice to strangers

Screen_20120131_0107Thumb is an application that can best be described as a slightly simpler Hot or Not for just about anything.

The premise is simple: if you're rating content submitted by other users, you give a thumbs up or down (or neutral). If you feel the need to comment, you can; the comment will be accessible only by the poster of the question.

If you're asking for something to be reviewed, you can either take a new picture or choose from your existing library. Within ten minutes of posting, you'll have nearly 50 responses.

Honestly, this is something I never thought could be fun, but if you're looking to waste some time and see all sorts of randomness, or you want real advice on whether you can get a nail near a sidewall patched, there are a lot of neat things you can do with Thumb.

It does suffer a bit in the messaging section, as when you get a ton of replies there's no way to easily mark all of them read, but hopefully this will be fixed in a later release.

QR for ThumbBasically I have no idea what this thing is good for but it's been a lot of fun trying to figure it out.

Thumb is free, contains no advertising that I can find, and is known to be highly addictive.

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2 thoughts on “Thumb lets you ask opinions, give advice to strangers

  • interesting idea so i tried it but you quickly realize there are a bunch of crappy questions people ask most are not even questions.

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  • depends on time of day – you hit right after school, it’s nothing but “so this guy.. blah b;ah b;ah” so far I’ve seen some mighty neat things, and a lot of crap…

    sort of like the internet in general

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