Today we are living in a world that’s changing so rapidly that when you wake up in the morning, you find a new app trending on the internet. However, before you can understand one app, the internet, being the giant web it is, throws a new one with more features.
You must have noticed that your Facebook feed is all taken over by a plethora of screenshots and URLs asking you to tell your views about your friends anonymously.
Well, all thanks to a website called ‘Sarahah.’
You can say it as an extended version of Facebook Confession Pages added with a little bit of personal touch for the user.
This latest fad among users on social media is entirely worthy of the hype as it allows you to share your feelings and thoughts without letting the viewer know about your identity.
Mastermind Behind It
Zain al-Abidin Tawfiq, a Saudi Arabian developer one day decided to create a platform for the employees of his company so that they can easily share their feedback about their boss without having a fear of getting fired. Sarahah means ‘honesty’ in Arabic.
Given an opportunity to say whatever someone wants to say, the app first got famous in Saudi Arabia itself and then one of the Saudi users shared the link with his Indian Friends. Since then the app is trending in India as well as in other countries.
The description on the Android Play Store and iOS App Store say that the app is a constructive platform to give you and your friends a chance to interact more privately and share honest feedbacks about each other.
How You Can Also Join The League
Available on both Apple and Google store, you just have to create an account after downloading the app, and you can also plunge into the journey of anonymous confessions.
To share it with your friends you will have to share the URL which you can copy paste from your account. Anyone having the link can leave a message for you, and you will not be able to know the name ever if the person has chosen not to write his/her name.
Basically, it allows people around you to say things that they can’t in front of you.
No Sugar Coated Words!
Cons of Having an App Like This
The USP of the app, which is being anonymous, has also left the teenagers and their parents worried about the case of cyber bullying.
Many of the cyber safety agencies from different countries have commented about this app of what damage it could possibly do to the youth.
But for now, the users who just want to have some fun by knowing views of people can enjoy the app.
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