Ripil is Social Media for Good. Our platform was built with every tool possible to keep people engaged and inspired to do and spread good around the World. A newsfeed of all that is happening around the user, ‘Deeds nearby’ to connect you with those in your community, a ‘follow’ function to help grow your impact on the world. Create a public group for anyone across the globe or a private group just for your company or school. A Kindness Leaderboard will show you the kindest users, kindest groups and kindest cities in the world and a “Deed gauge” will give you up to the minute stats of how many deeds have happened today and throughout the year. A direct messaging feature will allow you to speak with people you have connected with inside of Ripil and the “Good news” section brings the user in contact with every piece of good news published, each day, throughout the world.
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A must have!
In an ever increasing world of ugly, goodness prevails with Ripil leading the way! Such a game changer in social media and life! So glad I have somewhere happy and positive to turn to! Love it!
Kindness is addicting!
This app makes doing good deeds so much fun! There is nothing like literally being able to track your single act of kindness and watch it spread as it stimulates others to do more acts of kindness. You can see the result of a good deed travel to other states, and even other countries, all while earning you points and increasing your kindness score! There is no better feeling than seeing your good deed actually make a bigger difference in the world. I believe if we all use this app the world will become a better place. We may have intentions of doing nice things, but this app gives you ideas of nice things anyone can do, and allows you to actually build up points which makes you want to do more and more and more. Kindness is addicting!
I really like this app; I think the idea is really awesome. I like that it challenges me to do more kind deeds for others. With that being said, I don't like that others need to corroborate that I actually did the deed. One, this is for us. It shouldn't be about displaying to others how great we are. Two, that just creates a hindrance for the person we did the kind deed for. If we're kind enough to be willing to do deeds for others, then let's just make it an "on your honor" thing. If people want to lie about it, then so be it. There's no way to control that.
Family SharingWith Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.