Sarahah app has been getting popular since over the past week, just like the trend of Prisma app that gets higher rapidly in public notice. There is no sign of the slowdown in fame even after a week, and your Facebook and Twitter news feed is most likely overflowing with positive or negative messages shared by your friends and family.

Sarahah – the new app which is slowly but surely appearing on more and more iPhones – and now you are able to link up to Snapchat.

Well, it’s not truly latest. Sarahah (an Arabic word means ‘honesty’) has been admired in the Middle East and North Africa for some time but has lately caught on in America and Europe as well.

What is Sarahah?

Sarahah basically lets users send totally anonymous comments to other people, with no approach of the recipient responding back or knowing who sent it to them.

Let’s overlook for a minute that public gives cruelly truthful feedback to companies each day on Facebook with their names and faces particularly much on show…

How to link Sarahah to Snapchat?

We will tell you how to connect Sarahah with Snapchat so you can enjoy both apps in the chorus (but you have to download a Sarahah account for it to work) through the simple step-by-step guide.

First of all, open up Snapchat and take a picture or a video as you usually would.

There will a paper clip icon somewhere on the screen – hit it off and search for ‘’

This search will take you to the website. Here you need to Search for your Sarahah profile name.

just the once you’ve established it, you need to hit ‘Attach to Snap’, and your Snapchat and Sarahah accounts will be linked.

Find out the new trend of Sarahah app and how can you connect it to your Snapchat?

Cut the paperclip icon to get started (Picture:

Many people used this function to throw images of the messages they get on Sarahah out to their friends on Snapchat, in an attempt to find out who gave the ‘anonymous’ comment… making the whole thing a work out in uselessness.

Of course, it appears that the digital corresponding of roaring out the window of a moving car has permitted some users to implement their deceitful sides.

Many users have protests of getting offensive and abusive messages on Sarahah, with racialist and misogynistic comments being directed at users.

On the app store, one user writing a review for the Sarahah said: ‘I don’t suggest going on here except you fancy to be bullied.


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