A new Android chat app dubbed ‘Plain has launched on Google Play Store to let just anyone make anonymous posts about anything. The users are called Plainers and the posts are called Plains. Other users can like the posts, favourite and reply to them.
‘Plain aims to be the place where users can say anything they like or want and as well read some carzy-shocking stuff from like minded users. This keeps users entertained, creative and curious.
Plainers can also make private tribes in which they have anonymous discussions with people they know.
“Plain isn’t a replacement for any messaging app you currently use,” Wambai says. “It’s just a place you can contribute to fun discussions anonymously. The idea behind Plain is to just be able to say anything, which is our slogan. If you’re pissed at someone or have a confession you’d like to make or you’re in love someone you can’t tell, you can always just plain about it instead and see what other plainers have to say, and people have said the weirdest things.”