Most apps that let you message people anonymously head down a similar path: Users take advantage of the anonymous features to spew racism, threats, and bullying.
A new app called tbh is hoping to change that — and it just reached the top of the App Store's free apps chart.
The app isn't a standard messaging app like Yik Yak or Sarahah, though: Instead, users are presented with a series of prompts about their friends like, "Should DJ every party" or "Hotter than the sun" and four options for friends that best fit that description.
But you can still use tbh if you're in college or have already graduated.
A tbh is used almost like a form of Instagram currency, since you can trade a tbh for a like on one of your photos.
Here's how the app works: