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Secret Anonymous App Now on Android

Secret, the anonymous app for sharing your deepest thoughts, is now available in the Google Play store. The free app is among the newest wave of social networking apps that are meant to connect you while keeping identities unknown, including Wickr and Whisper. The Android app version of Secret was originally only available for iOS. 

We had trouble finding it in the store, but were able to get a download code from Once downloaded, we found the interface delightfully clean and easy to navigate. It connected with our Facebook friend group, and identified posts as being from friends or friends of friends. 

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We quickly found ourselves addicted to sharing our private thoughts with the world. It was very reminiscent of filling out a postcard for the Postsecret project, only digital. We see no reason this app won't be a big hit with Android users thanks to its clean and beautiful design, ease of interaction with posts (liking, commenting, resharing), and simple navigation. 

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Anna Attkisson
Anna Attkisson is the editorial director at Tom's IT Pro. After getting infected with the tech bug at Wireless World and Cellular Business magazines as an intern in 1998, Anna Attkisson went on to dabble in a sorts of publications covering everything from children’s fashion to cars. During the last 9 years she’s returned to her roots where she’s been writing and editing for Laptop Mag and Tom’s Guide, before moving on to Tom’s IT Pro. Follow Anna Attkisson at @akattkisson.