Semi-Anonymous Group Chat App Helps Friends Let Their Guards Down

Semi-Anonymous Group Chat App Helps Friends Let Their Guards Down
technology

rumr lets users chat with their friends in a safe zone.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 26 march 2014

A new messaging app called rumr has recently launched and it’s unlike most messaging or chat apps available in the market nowadays.

In a market that already has Snapchat or WhatsApp, it can be challenging to stand out or reinvent the wheel. Earlier this month the market saw the launch of a new app called Banter, which lets users join chats about their favorite topics. While most messaging apps in the market lets users chat with friends and internet strangers alike, but rumr is looking to differentiate itself by offering a “controlled” type of anonymity.

rumr lets users chat anonymously with friends and not with random strangers on the internet.

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