The hype surrounding the Sarahah Snapchat app is slowly but surely calming down. The constructive criticism app dropped to number 27 on the App Store’s Top Charts. Sarahah cannot be directly linked to your Snapchat account. You can use Snapchat’s new linking feature to connect your Sarahah account to Snapchat.
Sarahah is an app for receiving honest feedback from anonymous people. So what exactly is this thing and why is it so popular on Snapchat? The word Sarahah is Arabic. It mean honesty in English. There’s nothing like constructive criticism but most of us are afraid to hurt each other’s feelings. Sarahah solves that problem!
Snapchat got popular because it promised privacy. We all know that didn’t work out. Sarahah also promises privacy. It’s only a matter of time before someone hacks the app and exposes people who leave negative comments about others. Privacy doesn’t exist on social media.
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The following tweet proves my point. We don’t like privacy. We want to know people’s honest opinions about us. That means the next most popular app in the app store will be one that tells people exactly who made specific comments about us via Sarahah.
why you asking who wrote on your “Sarahah” when the whole point of the website is to post ANONYMOUSLY.
— Saige Stanley (@saige_stanley) July 18, 2017
The app launched in February and hit the Apple App Store in June. If you can’t handle the truth you should leave the app alone. The sad part is most of the messages shared via the app will be from people who don’t matter. Life lesson: Hurt people hurt people.
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