Secret launches on Android, Now available worldwide
Secret, the anonymous sharing app, is now available on Android. That means more secrets will be revealed. Today also marks the global availability of the app.
Secret is a free application that lets users share "secrets" with their friends. Of course, in the world of Secret, your friends will remain, uhm, a secret.
Surprisingly, people are loving the concept. Perhaps we've gone tired of using apps like Facebook and Twitter that are in many ways invading our privacy. Some people want a secret place to share their feelings and thoughts. And that's exactly what the app is about.
The company said that the idea behind Secret came from a desire to send an anonymous love letter.
"The experience of sending and receiving the note was both magical and exciting. It helped us realize that many of our most important thoughts start quietly — the moment we realize we’re in love; our first interview for a new job; the dream we have to travel," Secret said.
Although the app's arrival on Android is a bit late, Secret managed to launch a new feature that will leave many iOS users jealous. Android users will be able to access two streams: the Friend stream and the Explore stream.
Also, the app now features a more richer and interactive stream.
f you're on Android and have been waiting all your life for Secret to come your way, download the app now on Google Play.
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