Here’s All You Need To Know About The Honest Messaging App “Sarahah” That Is Taking The Internet By Storm!


Meet the internet’s new sensation – “Sarahah” – an anonymous messaging app. Created by Saudi developer ZainAlabdin Tawfiq, the app has millions of users and is trending on top in Apple’s App Store in over 30 countries. If you are quite active on Facebook, ee paatike meeru chusuntaaru – people sharing their screenshots from Sarahah app on their FB newsfeeds. Kondaru daanini thiduthu.. kondaru daanini poguduthu.. Asalu inthaku enti ee Sarahah app?

WhatsApp, Messenger, Hike, Telegram lanti top messaging apps trend avthunna time lo .. kottha idea and concept tho vacchindi ee ‘Sarahah’ app. Migatha apps ki deeniki major difference entante – users cannot interact with one another directly. There is no reply option. Twist entante .. asalu message pampindi evaru anedhi kuda theleedu. The messaging app doesn’t ask for your mobile number while registration!

Then you might be thinking what is the use of this app? Developer ZainAlabdin Tawfiq says that “the app is a self-development tool that allows people to receive constructive feedback”. In simple terms .. you can tell someone their negatives in a way that helps them understand. For example, the app helps your colleagues at work discover their areas of strength and those in need of improvement. Outside of the office, it is meant to give friends a place to communicate ‘honestly’ with one another. Kakapothe, ee app ni thittukodaniki kuda use chesthunnaru kondaru janalu. If you hate someone, people are just sending out rude messages in the name of anonymity feature that doesn’t show the message sender’s name.

Asalu ee Sarahah lo messaging ela cheyali? Users, after downloading the app, can share their profile with friends or on their other social media accounts so people can send them anonymous messages. Users can also look up people they know if they have the username in a search section of the app. Inka meeku kavalsina user aa list lo unte.. ‘honest’ ga messages pampacchu – all of which goes anonymously. Oka vela, evaraina offensive and rude ga meeku messages pampithe, you can block those senders. Promise yourself you’ll only be nice to other people and not bully anyone on the app – then it’s the perfect fun place to ‘Leave a constructive message’.


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