It even topped the list of free apps on Apple’s app store recently. With Arabic script in the app title, it allows you to send anonymous messages.The trouble is, there is no way the receiver can reply.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.
Though these platforms still grapple with the menace of trolling, hate messages and even life threats.
Simply choose which of your friends you want the site to send you notifications about when there’s a change in their relationship status. For those who want to know what that swipe left actually means, Heavenly Sinful is a simple way to find out exactly what they’re looking for.
Then, if your Facebook friend changes their relationship status, the website will send you an email, so you’ll be right in there straight away. As well as swiping left you can use the app to specify whether you’re feeling Heavenly (“Let’s go for a cute Frappuccino and take selfies”) or Sinful (“Hey, I would like to have sex with you”).
For privacy, you can disable/enable “appear in search” and “receive messages from non-registered users.” The application currently supports English and Arabic languages.
The app is available for free on i OS and Google Play Store. Even if we trust the developers’ vision -- people sending you honest messages and perhaps constructive criticism, it’s still very risky and could be a weapon for cyber bullies.