Sarahah is an app and website that allows users to send and receive anonymous messages.
What is the Sarahah app? Users cannot respond to messages but they can “favorite” messages Sarahah users can link their account to their Snapchat account It was created by Saudi Arabian developer in hopes that it “helps you in discovering your strengths and areas for improvement by receiving honest feedback from your employees and your friends in a private manner.” The name Sarahah means “frankness” or “honesty” in Arabic and after spreading throughout the Arab world, it has now claimed the top spot on the list of free apps in the Apple store in markets like Australia, the US, UK and Ireland after the company released an English version last month. – Source The original idea of the app was to allow a way for more honest communication in traditional Arab communities with strict expectations around status Users can use Snapchat to send anonymous messages through Sarahah Typically, teens will share their anonymous Sarahah messages on their Snapchat in an attempt to determine who sent the anonymous comment
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