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Anonymous messaging app Blink now available on Android

According to Tech Crunch, the app competes with an increasing number of anonymous and private messaging apps such as Snapchat, Frankly, Confide, Whisper, Secret, and others.

twitter-logoANI | February 18, 2014 | Updated 21:31 IST

Android users will now be able to access Blink, a mobile application that allows users to send each other self-destructing messages. The app lets users to share text, photos, videos, sketches, and even voice messages with friends.

According to Tech Crunch, the app competes with an increasing number of anonymous and private messaging apps such as Snapchat, Frankly, Confide, Whisper, Secret, and others.

Nearly 65 per cent of registered users on Blink are reported to be anonymous users, and 85 percent of messages sent on the app are said to be sent by anonymous users, according to statistics.

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