Because Anonymous Apps Aren’t Private Enough, There’s Sneeky
Fast Company › Alice Truong
Our tendency to over-share on social media has inspired a number of anonymous apps, including Secret, Whisper, and Backdoor (best known as the VC-backed company founded by a 14-year-old). Believing there’s still room in this space, Sneeky launched Thursday, positioning itself as an even more private anonymous app.
“With Sneeky, we’ve created an environment where you can share uninhibited in a private setting whereas Secret and Whisper are more public,” cofounder Philip Golbraikh told Fast Company. He said anonymous posts can reach friends of friends on Secret or the greater user community on Whisper. “We stay within a private network of close friends,” he said.