TAGGED is a free app that lets you rate the way a person is driving. Just enter the driver’s tag number, then tap the appropriate star to rate that driver. You’ll also be able to leave an optional nickname and/or comment too!


    1-Star (*) : This rating is reserved for the worst drivers!
    2-Star (**): A driver with a Two-Star rating needs improvement!
    3-Star (***): Three-Stars is given to those ‘so-so’ drivers!
    4-Star (****): A Four-Star driver is pretty awesome!
    5-Star (*****): Five-Stars is given only to the best driver/vehicle!


    - Rate drivers with a single tap
    - Post an optional comment
    - See the current rating for any driver
    - See comments posted for any driver
    - Add an optional nickname with your post
    - Enter your tag to see if you've been TAGGED
    - UPGRADE for just 99 cents and you’ll get an alert (a ‘honk’) anytime you are TAGGED. Users that upgrade and claim the tag will also be able to delete comments left for their tag number.


    WARNING: Do not use this application, or any application, while operating any vehicle!

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    Users comments for Tagged

    Josh Crews

    by Josh Crews

    Dec 13, 2016  |  "Poor"

    Crashes every time. Don't waste your time

    Peaceful Humanity

    by Peaceful Humanity

    Aug 07, 2016  |  "Poor"

    App crashes every time. Don't waist your time.

    Diane Aurelia

    by Diane Aurelia

    Aug 07, 2015  |  "Poor"

    This app isn't illegal. You aren't supposed to use it while YOU are driving you are to do it when you are riding while someone else drives! So the app isn't illegal but it is the most retarded app I've ever seen. Why would you sit the and rate other drivers on the road!? Plus your jotting down their licence number. Which is weird... js.

    Bill Proctor

    by Bill Proctor

    Oct 25, 2013  |  "Poor"

    Keeps giving me error reports!

    Dan Marinelli

    by Dan Marinelli

    Sep 23, 2013  |  "Poor"

    Samsung Note 2. Program only crashes