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‘Secrets’ App Offers an Anonymous Way of Sharing Secrets

by Hazel Chua
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Have a secret or two you want to get off your chest without telling the world or revealing your identity in the process? There’s an app for that.

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It’s called Secret, and it lets people post random thoughts, deep dark secrets, and everything in between on a neat, user-friendly platform. It does all this without displaying any names or personal information. What makes it different from other apps is the fact that only people in your contacts (who also have the app installed) can see your posts.

Your secrets are delivered anonymously to the people in your Contacts who are on Secret. They can view, love and comment on your post. When friends love your secret, it will be shared to their friends. If they love the post, it can reach even further. When your secret travels beyond two degrees, it will be marked with your general location, like “California”. People beyond two degrees will be able to love your post or comments, but won’t be able to add comments to the conversation.

Make sure to leave out any details that may help people uncover your identity. Secret can be downloaded from the iTunes App Store for free.

[via Laughing Squid]




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