|Type of business||Social networking|
Type of site
|Available in||1 languages|
|Registration||Required for receiving feedback; optional for giving it|
Flizle is an anonymous feedback service for both Android and iOS operating systems. It's primary function is providing users with a personal profile link that is then shared online (primarily Snapchat & Instagram), allowing anyone whom visits the link to send the user a message anonymously. Messages can then be answered or shared from within the native applications. Flizle also provides other services within the app, including localised & global anonymous message boards.
Flizle was released on the Apple App Store & Google Play Store globally on July 1st, 2017. Since then it has undergone several design changes, most notably the most recent rebrand which saw a change to the official Flizle logo. The logo changed to a white alien head (Similar to the alien emoji) from a hand with two crossed fingers.
- Anonymous social media
- Ask.fm – a service which used to be anonymous, and was linked to several teen suicides in 2013
- Secret (app) – a similar service which was shut down in 2015
- Beatson, Bradley (8 August 2018). "Flizle bot is learning". Flizle. Retrieved 8 August 2018.
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