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"[They] provide a level of privacy that may not be present in other social-media networks such as Instagram, Facebook, Reddit, etc.
Teens want to connect [...] but anonymous apps allow them to be connected and somewhat disconnected (because no one knows who they are) at the same time."As mentioned, however, Sarahah has already come under fire for encouraging bullying.
Through word-of-mouth, teenagers in English-speaking countries like Canada, the US and Australia started to pick it up -- some even posting links to their Sarahah profiles on Instagram to attract feedback.
What really skyrocketed Sarahah to the top, though, was when Snapchat updated its app in July that allowed the addition of links to images.
There were reports that female students at the University of Mary Washington in Virginia were threatened with rape and murder on the app.
Racist messages and threats of gun and bomb violence were also commonplace in other colleges in the country.
It was released to the public in November 2016 as a simple website and gained a lot of traction in countries like Lebanon, Tunisia and Egypt in just a few months.
In June of 2017, Tawfiq released the app version of Sarahah on i OS and Android, which also marked the first time it was available in English.
It eventually agreed to work more closely with the attorneys general in both New York and Maryland to address the bullying.Early reviews of the app accused it of being "unsafe" and said it was a "breeding ground for hate." One App Store review called it "another way for people to talk behind your back"; another said, "What some people said to me brought me to tears." A Google Play Store reviewer said a friend attempted suicide because of what was said to her on the app and called for it to be shut down.At the same time, the app has received a lot of positive reviews. It's an anonymous messaging service for personal feedback.
It's called Sarahah, and it's been at the top of the i Tunes Free Apps chart for the past few weeks.He didn't want to give full details of the measures, he said, because that could lead to misuse.