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Top 14 Chat Apps to Send Messages Anonymously

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“It is by chance we met… by choice we became friends.” – Anonymous. Do you want to play with your friends by sending them anonymous messages? Well, you are in the right place. Every year I and my team find out best mobile apps for users. In today’s article, let me just show you the most popular iOS and Android Chat Apps that you can use to send messages anonymously. As the chatting has become a tradition now and an easier way to get in touch with other people out there.


Sending an anonymous messages is a brilliant idea that will leave your friends surprising who you really are. In the Mobile App Market today, you can find a lot of applications that will provide you with free text message services anonymously. However, it is only a small number of good apps that will allow you to send anonymous text message and without any charges.

“Respect for ourselves guides our morals; respect for others guides our manners” ― Laurence Sterne

Even though your identity will not be disclosed when you send a message to somebody by using these apps, but be warned not to use such opportunity to send anonymous text that are meant to insult or emotionally hurt a person. You will sure be traced out using the IP address of your device. Remember use of anonymous messaging is meant for only fun, just to tease your friends and to contribute to a discussion without disclosing your identity.

With the announcement that Facebook is preparing to launch a stand-alone app for anonymous sharing, now is a high time to look at the rise of similar apps that encourage sociability but having relied on confidentiality. With these apps you can find people who you don’t know and will probably never ever meet in real life, to talk to.

Here I have listed 14 Top and best chat apps for sending messages.

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1. Yik Yak


Yik Yak is a location based messaging application for you to connect with peoples without knowing them first. It was launched by Furman University students in December 2013. It’s designed for college students interested in communicating with the large number of other students who are in their relatively small geographic area. You can download it from Apple App Store it is available for iOS devices.

2. Truth
Truth is an anonymous chat app that provides a platform where you can talk with people on your contact list without disclosing your identity. You will only be identified as a type of Owl. All messages will only be received by or sent to people in your contact list, so you will be talking to people you know; they just won’t know it is you. There is also a way to report messages of a threatening nature as well as cries for help (e.g. depression) by an Owl. The team is working on an Android version.

3. Whisper
Whisper was one of the first anonymous mobile apps. It was launched in 2012. It’s designed for publicly sharing secrets, a kind of public confessional booth. Users share their thoughts anonymously in the form of an image and a sentence or two of text. Whisper is available on both the iPhone and Android platforms.

4. NoName
This app is designed to help users meet people easily and without the fear. The big feature that this app boasts is the fact you can remain completely anonymous, not just who you are but where you are.

5. Roomvine
Roomvine is a chat app to messaging with strangers in the same vicinity anonymously. Your identity is hidden. With this app you can check whats going on at a venue around you, such as a bar, cafe or an on-the-spot event that you don’t have prior knowledge about. You can also remotely tune into what is happening at particular place anywhere around the world.

6. Kindly


Kindly is anonymous chat application with a compassionate community of helpful listeners. You can ask those questions that you are uncomfortable asking people around you. You can also listen them and be a life coach to someone with a problem without knowing them.

7. Popcorn
With Popcorn you are able to chat privately with peoples within a one-mile radius. This iPhone app also offers a pseudo-private messaging service. You can discover what people are doing in the local community. The app is available in multiple languages: English, Dutch, French, German, Japanese and Spanish.

8. Psst
Psst is a chat platform where your chat have no chat history or chat ID’s. You can share anything with other active users like political views, confessions, secrets, deal with grief and other less happy life experiences or just share corny jokes.

9. Wut Wut
Wut Wut is a messaging app to let you share non-permanent messages to your Facebook friends who are also on Wut Wut. It is available for iOS devices and will be available for Android soon.

10. Smell


smell lets you place anonymous geolocated messages everywhere. Smell is the app that makes the world around you come alive. Messages on Smell can be helpful, sentimental, or just plain weird and awesome.

11. Wickr
Wickr is one of the most popular messaging app which uses military-grade encryption for messages. Wickr allows you to send text, images, sound-files or even video messages with letting you take full control.

12. Anonymous Texting
With Anonymous Texting you can send anonymous SMS or text messages. The app allows users to send and receive secret and anonymous messages. Neither your name nor your number is displayed.

13. Mustache Anonymous Texting
Mustache Anonymous texting app allows you to send and receive anonymous SMS messages. You can send messages to anyone you want to on their mobile number.

14. Wonder
Wonder give a platform where you can start a chat session for your Twitter followers. They will be anonymous while chatting with you.

Author: Ashish Sharma

Ashish Sharma is key account manager, marketing strategies and building new business tie ups at WeDigTech – A mobile app development company. Focused on helping enterprises and startups from domestic to MNCs.

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