Toronto's Muuver lets you Like or Dislike anything

Toronto-based startup Muuver launched yesterday and it's poised to make more than just a few waves in the social networking ocean.

Positioned as "a tool that lets you Like or Dislike... anything", this new bootstrapped company's little utility is a lot more powerful and complex than the simple Like and Dislike buttons it emphasizes.

Founder Paul Marek suggests that Muuver is a mashup of Facebook, StumbleUpon, Twitter, Wikipedia, Yelp, Foursquare, Groupon, and maybe a little Google. Check out their launch video and judge for yourself.

The Muuver team plans on launching with 3 integrated tool platforms that enable users to quickly and easily cast their vote and opinion on literally any item, subject, thing, place or idea. Using a mobile app, browser toolbar and website widgets, muuver assembles all user created information relating to a given item onto one page called the 'item page'. Once the item attains a certain level it is promoted to become a 'muuvement page'.

Similar to StumbleUpon, Muuver promises to learn what you like and dislike and will help you discover content that matches your interest graph.

The sign-up form at Muuver indicates a requirement of 100,000 alpha users before they can launch version 1.0, so if you LIKE Muuver be sure to sign up now.


Muuver is a tool that lets users Like or Dislike... anything. Using a mobile app, browser toolbar or website widgets, users can vote and leave their opinion on virtually any item, place, person thing or idea. The system then assembles all user created information relating to a given item onto one page called the 'item page'. Items that attain a substantial following become 'muuvements' that... more

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