Sarahah Saudi Arabian social networking service Android or IOS


Basically, Sarahah” or sarahah com log in is a Saudi Arabian social networking service for providing constructive feedback. In Arabic, sarahah means "frankness" or "honesty".


It was created by Zain-Alabdin Tawfiq in the end of 2016 and reached a sudden worldwide success by mid-2017. sarahah app allows people to sarahah message to others and the person reading that could then reply anonymously. Initially, it was meant for workers to complement their bosses. 


First step to become a Sarahah user and fool your friends, and confess something to someone is to install the application. If you're an Android user, you can get hold of the app on Google Play Store, iOS users can download it from App Store. Upon installing the application, you now need to register with email ID, password, and name. You are now good to go. After creating an account with the Sarahah app, you can directly share the link to your Sarahah profile with Facebook, Twitter, or any other social media platform to let your friends know.

Now that your friends now know you are on Sarahah, they'll send you an anonymous message, and all you'll get to see is the message. There'll be no name, no information about the sender anywhere. Similarly, you can also send messages to your friends. You can only receive the message and can't reply to in anyway. However, it seems Sarahah will get that feature soon, as the websites state, "You can't respond to messages now. We are studying this option."


On 12 January 2018, it was reported that a woman in Queensland, Australia had started a petition to have the app and others like it banned, after friends of her 13-year-old daughter sent her abusive messages, including ones suggesting that she kill herself. A news report from the Australian Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) stated that the child's mother, Katrina, "called on Apple's App Store and Google Play to stop sarahah app download, which allows people to leave anonymous feedback for each other".On 21 February Katrina posted a message declaring success, saying that both Apple and Google had removed the app from their stores. 

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