The best part, you can chat anonymously until you are comfortable enough to share your real identity. Whether you want to just express your opinions, ask questions or any other desire to communicate with others, Chatter is a great platform for you to accomplish all of this and more.
See what’s going on at your local school/campus, view a news feed of what’s going on in your town, comment on other posts, connect with others who are nearby through private messaging, tag your friends and more. Create private, secure and confidential rooms while on the go.
The app is entirely separate from Facebook and doesn't require you to provide any revealing details like your name or your location.
Rooms joins a host of other secondary apps recently created by Facebook, including Mentions, a Facebook for celebrities and other public figures released in July; Slingshot, a Snapchat-like service released in June; and Paper, a Facebook app simplified for a mobile device released in February.
Create rooms on any type of topic, join rooms, search and discover new rooms, share rooms with others, private chat with others who are in the rooms and more. Post Yo provides a safe platform for users to express their thoughts and feelings without bullying, illegal acts, pornography, full nudity and anything else that might be related. Each post will have replies that represent the opinions of another user.
Open up the app and see all of the different topics. Vote posts up or down, message other users and get a random replier nickname every time you reply to a post.
Facebook launched Thursday an anonymous chat room app called Rooms, the latest creation to emerge from the company's initiative to design more apps connecting people in different ways.
The free app, now available in the App Store, allows users to create chat rooms for shared interests, from makeup mastery to city gardens, according to the app's website.