Last Updated on August 20, 2014 by Tim
We saw SnapChat become an app sensation with the ability to decide how long messages last. The idea gives one the chance to share without having to worry about future consequences, at least that’s what it feels like when in the act of “snap-chatting”.
College Photo Sharing App Unseen takes a similar hold, but instead of associating any photo posting with you it’s instead completely anonymous. Developed by Bearch, an Austin, Texas-based company the application hones categorizes messaging based on schools to allow classmates to share images discreetly.
With no registration, no usernames, no passwords, each poster / user never has to worry about being identified as the person behind the camera. Each user however does select the campus they participate in to access images specific to each school.
The types of images posted have been varied to say the least. While the images that will get the rumor-mill going surely come through, users have also found the app as a way to share personal problems to gain support to get through issues. Currently in 40 college campuses the photo sharing app takes elements of Snap Chat but keeps feeds alive but ensures anonymity.