People can also use their custom identity tag instead of sending feed backs anonymously. The user on the receiving end gets feedback in the form of inbox messages, they can flag messages, reply to them, delete and favorite the messages received. Anonymous viewing and commenting on profiles have also raised questions of personal privacy. The developers of the app have stated that the app is still under development and the next iteration will focus on these problems only. So if you are worried about your privacy then please wait some more time for improved privacy control. The next iteration will include features like removing your profile from search results, restricting unauthorized access and also blocking off certain senders.
Sarahah is not the first app to try anonymous messaging, other apps like Yik Yak, Secret and Whisper have done it before but very less people know about them. We just have to wait and see how this app performs in time. If you are curious enough to try this app then you can install it in your device by using the following links: