Daps’em

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Daps’em, created by Israeli startup, is a social service built around the idea of ‘virtual fist bumps’ – giving people who’ve done something you like some deserved recognition.

Launched at the Techonomy3 conference in Tel Aviv in March, Daps’em is currently available for iPhone. It allows you to nominate someone, give details of what they’ve done that you appreciate and where it happened – thus creating a ‘Dap’. Others can then comment on your ‘Daps’ or show their approval with a ‘Yay’ – the equivalent of a Facebook’s ‘Like’.

While Daps’em has stayed ‘under the radar’ since launch, today’s update is likely to see the app exposed to a much bigger audience. Now you can ‘Dap’ any Twitter user, without them having to be a Daps’em user already.

Daps’em lets you show your appreciation to your friends (and soon other stuff), offline and online.

Giving daps‘ is the knocking of fists together as a sign of respect or achievement. Wanna thank your friends or cheer them for something awesome they’ve done? Daps’em!

Daps’em is made with love and appreciation in Tel Aviv.

Rules of  play: To get you going, you can dap 3 times a day. When the clock strikes midnight, the dap count goes back to 3. But keep dapping and you’ll unlock more! Show your friends your appreciation, Daps’em.

AppDaps’em by Daps’em

Compatible: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad
Category: Social Networking
Released:  June 22, 2011
PublisherDaps’em Ltd.
Price: Free  (get app)

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