Remember your times at school with your group of friends and those notes you used to send each other? For many of us, our teenage years were a great moment to be remembered every now and again, with a few problems of those that end up building your character.
Unfortunately, not everyone can say the same because the chaotic and creative mentality of a teenager is also a wonderful way of being cruel. Can you just imagine having an application back in those days to be able to send anonymous messages to your contacts?
Compliments are cute but criticism is cruel.
Is Sarahah anonymous?
That's probably the question that everybody is wondering about. Yes, it is but put into context: you can only send messages to your contacts who have also installed the app. In other words, if you want to get out this cruel circle you only have to uninstall it.
To use it, you only have to download the app, sign up and log in. Then, the app will show you a series of messages and you'll have to allocate them to the contact that suits them the better, regardless of whether the messages are positive or negative. The person chosen will receive that message without knowing where it has come from.
In just a few months, Sarahah went viral in the Middle East, where it was created, and is quickly expanding to other places around the world. The interface is very user-friendly and great fun, which also makes it very addictive. Furthermore, we all want to receive a compliment now and again, although we might end up with more bashes than what we expected.