What is sarahah all about
Anything for You (Its All About Attitude #6) by Sarah MayberryThe world according to Sam Kirk has just turned upside down. His best friend and business partner, Delaney Michaels, has returned from vacation a new woman...a gorgeous, hot new woman. Suddenly Sam is thinking entirely inappropriate thoughts about his buddy. Worse, with Delaneys changed look, shes abandoning their friendship in pursuit of the picket-fence dream. Its a nightmare come true.
Then one night finds them tangling in the sheets.
It should feel wrong, wrong, wrong...instead, it feels very right. And now Sam knows exactly what hed do to keep his best friend: absolutely anything.
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Sarahah: Everything You Need To Know About The Anonymous Messaging App
Because the comments are submitted anonymously. You can guess where this is headed. As a category, the anonymous-commenting service has a relatively long and definitely checkered history. Thanks to Formspring, people could anonymously submit questions to any of their peers who also had accounts. Answers were public, and the questions, unsurprisingly, were often vulgar and harassing. Formspring became a hotbed for cyberbullying and would ultimately shutter several years later. But the general idea asking strangers to give their good, bad, and downright nasty opinions about you has never died, and, so long as people are insecure and cruel, probably never will.
Aug 3, Teenagers Articles. Last week a lesser known anonymous messaging app, Sarahah, which was developed in the Saudi Arabia topped the list of most downloaded apps in the Apple App Store. Sarahah joins the list of apps that have become very popular among youngsters in a short time. Other similar apps are Yik Yak, Ask. Sarahah has received mixed responses so far; while some feel that it is a great tool for people to exchange anonymous feedback for improvement, others fear that bullies might use it to send mean messages to youngsters.
Sarahah app was developed by Zain al-Abidib Tawfiq from Saudi Arabia in 2016
Sarahah is a unique social media app which allows users to send anonymous messages to friends, but the flip side is that it can be used for cyber bullying. A new messaging app Sarahah has taken the social media world by storm. It is also available on App Store and desktop. It is free to download and like most social media apps asks users to create a profile with a username, email ID and a password to keep communications secure. What sets it apart from a WhatsApp or Facebook Messenger is the one-way interaction where users can leave a message for a friend or a colleague while keeping their identity anonymous. Sarahah keeps the identity of the senders hidden unless they want to reveal it.