|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.
In August 2018, Flizle announced it would be introducing artificial intelligence to help combat the Cyberbullying that Anonymous social media apps have been notorious for having in abundance.
- 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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