• Stulish, the new Sarahah alternative anonymous messaging app

    The internet is filled with a number of opportunities. All the social networking users got a new opportunity, months ago. Yes, to confess things. Ah great, you have a great memory! I am talking about Sarahah anonymous messaging app & online platform. A number of users registered on it and did their confessions honestly. Those inquisitive users even clicked on the links claiming to disclose the names of the users who confessed. But it didn’t work in most cases. Yes, spams exist, unfortunately! But Sarahah is somewhat a closed chapter in the world of social networks.

    Stulish anonymous messaging app

    But wait. There is something new. Yes, start confessing honestly again, with Stulish anonymous messaging app. Stulish.com is only available for Android & iPhone  right now and can’t be used on other mobile platforms like Microsoft Windows phone. It is similar to that of Sarahah and offers a similar user interface. Just enter the username after ‘stulish.com’ to start confessing. After registering, you can even share your Stulish profile link on Facebook or other platforms. Come on! Let the Facebook friends confess things about you. That’s not the end. You can even share the link in other ways.

    Just like Sarahah, there is even a Stulish Android app. But searching for it won’t reveal the actual app. Don’t ask me why! But wait! Just search for Sarahah on the Play Store and the first app should be the one you should download. The complete name of the app is ‘Stulish – Anonymous Messages’. It is developed by HLN Entertainment. Tired! Get it here. The small 19 MB sized app should be downloaded on your phone to start getting anonymous messages. Though you can send anonymous messages without even downloading the app.

    Getting started with Stulish

    It is quite easy to get started with Stulish. Just download and install Stulish for your Android device, from the link given above.

    Opening an account on Stulish

    On opening you will get the following screen. Just tap on ‘Login with Facebook’. You can even go for other options. But logging in with Facebook is recommended.

    Login stulish with Facebook

    Now you will be asked to log in with your Facebook account. If you are using a Facebook app, you will have to log in with the same account, logged in with your app. You will get the following screen. Tap on ‘Continue as <username>’.

     Facebook account

    Now you will have to choose a username. You should choose a unique name. After you are done, tap on ‘Next’. Now you have opened your account on Stulish.

    You should choose a unique name.

    Just tap on the ‘Share your homepage link’ to post your link. It will help the other users know, you are on Facebook.

    Share your homepage link

    Now let the game begin. You can get notifications when other friends send you anonymous messages on Stulish.

    You can see your Stulish link, by going to ‘Profile’.

    other friends send you anonymous messages

    How to share Stulish messages on Facebook

    Perquisites: You should have the Facebook app installed. Else you will find errors. I don’t know why the error comes, but I found an error in almost all the cases.

    Just tap on the following icon below your message.

    How to share Stulish messages on Facebook

    Tap on ‘Facebook’. You can tap on ‘More’ to find out other places to share your Stulish message.

    Tap on ‘Facebook

    Now you will have to choose, where you want to share. By default, it will be shared on your timeline. You can even share it on your friend’s timeline, group, page etc. You can configure it easily. Once you are done, tap on ‘Share’.

    shared on your timeline.

    Now all your friends can see your Stulish post with a beautiful background.

    On Stulish, you can change the profile picture by going to ‘Profile’. But there isn’t any option to change the username, once it is registered.

    For users, who need to send a lot of anonymous messages, long live Stulish! Hope this trend of Stulish goes on for the next few months. What is your view about such kind of anonymous messaging platforms! Let me know about it in the comment section down below.

     

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