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Using the microphone and ‘accelerometer’ to determine an accurate score, the app claims “All you have to do is start the application, put your i Phone on the bed, in an arm band, or even in your pocket and have intercourse, it is as easy as that.Once you are finished, press the stop button and view your results.” Romantic. Now we have one more, called Sarahah, taking the internet by storm lately: It is currently the fourth top trending application in the Apple app store.On Google Play Store, the messaging application has now entered the “5,000,000-10,000,000” installs range.Then you can go online afterwards and see how well you did against the rest of the world – who needs pillow talk anyway?Do you spend most of your free time staring daggers at the “in a relationship” status on your one-true-love’s Facebook?My 2 biggest complaints are that you can’t search people using the ‘search’ function (no one I know pops up even when I search by the username) and that you can’t message the person back.

We’re not really sure if this user comment is true, but if it is, it’s quite devastating.“My friend attempted suicide because of what people were saying to her over this. This needs to be taken off the app store immediately it’s not safe all it is,is a way for kids to harass others with no penalties.

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Once valued at 0 million, the app was pulled down almost one year later by the developers after several legal tussles and allegations that it encouraged bullying.“This has been the hardest decision of my life and one that saddens me deeply.

Unfortunately, Secret does not represent the vision I had when starting the company, so I believe it’s the right decision for myself, our investors and our team,” Secret’s founder David Byttow had said in a blog post while announcing the shutdown of the app.